Radius of a Circumscribed Circle in an Octahedron Formula

Platonic solid with eight equilateral triangles in which four of them meet at each vertex is called as the octahedron. Here is the radius of a circumscribed circle in an octahedron formula to calculate the radius of a circumscribed circle in an octahedron. According to the formula, dividing the square root of 2 by the 2 and multiplying the resultant value with the edge length. You can use the default value of square root (1.1414) directly in the formula to do radius calculations.

Formula:

Octahedron

R = A √2 / 2


Where,

R = Radius of Circumscribed Circle
A = Edge Length

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