# Other Polygons Question

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## Grade 10 Other Polygons CCSS: HSG-MG.A.2

- 241 g
- 385 g
- 483 g
- 24,140 g

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Type: *Multiple-Choice*

Category: *Other Polygons*

Level: *Grade 10*

Standards:
*HSG-MG.A.2*

Author: *nsharp1*

Last Modified: *4 days ago*

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Sean is making cards for an upcoming event. The cards will be in the shape of a regular octagon, where there are two octagons attached by one edge. One edge of the octagonal card measures [math]5 \ "cm"[/math]. If the paper density is [math]100 \ "g"//"m"^2[/math], and Sean makes 100 cards, what is the total mass of all the cards, rounded to the nearest gram?

- 241 g
- 385 g
- 483 g
- 24,140 g

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