best I can do w/o trig is $A = \dfrac{n s a}{2}$ where
$n = $number of sides
$a = $apothem length
$s = $side length
To get a side in terms of the apothem or radius you're going to need a tiny bit of trig.
Can anyone give me some direction on how to find the side length or the area of a regular polygon if I know the apothem or the radius, without using Trigonometry? I need something that works for any amount of sides. Any help would be greatly appreciated!
best I can do w/o trig is $A = \dfrac{n s a}{2}$ where
$n = $number of sides
$a = $apothem length
$s = $side length
To get a side in terms of the apothem or radius you're going to need a tiny bit of trig.