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# The length of each side of a nonagon is 8 in. Find its perimeter

- 32 in
- 64 in
- 72 in
- 80 in

Hint:

### A nonagon is a polygon with nine sides and nine angles which can be regular, irregular, concave or convex depending upon its sides and interior angles.

## The correct answer is: 72 in

### Explanation:

- We have been given the length of each side of a nonagon that is 8 in.
- We have to find the perimeter of the given nonagon.

Step 1 of 1:

We have length of each side of a nanagon 8in

Now the perimeter will be

9 × 8in

72in

Hence, Option C is correct.

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