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A polygon is a closed, 2-dimensional (planar) shape made up ofthree or more straight line segments connected end to end to end. By this definition, triangles, quadrilaterals …and pentagons are allexamples of polygons. Circles (etc.) are not, as they are notcomposed of (straight) line segments. Note that the shape can beconvex (which we're used to) or concave, meaning that all thestraight line segments may not lie along a "perimeter" but can "goinside" and "come back out" to form the shape. A plane figure with at least three straight sides and angles, andtypically five or more. (MORE)

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A polygon is a shape with no curved sides.... Since a polygon is a shape with no curved sides, polygonal would mean that something is a polygon, or a closed shape with… no curved sides. (MORE)

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If every side of the polygon is the same length, then it is a regular polygon. If the measure of every internal angle of a polygon is the same as every other, then it is a reg…ular polygon. The two always go together, so you need to check only one of the above criteria. (MORE)

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Yes, a regular polygon is a type of polygon where all the sides and angles are equal.

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a polygon is a a shape with equal sided shape

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A regular polygon is one that has all congruent sides AND all equal inside angles. A rhombus doesn't qualify. All of its sides are the same length, but it's angles are not… all the same size. (MORE)

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regular polygons are the ones that all sides are equal

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This is a tautological question that does not have a proper answer. A regular polygon is one which has all its sides of equal length and all its interior angles of equal measu…re. (MORE)

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Any shape that is enclosed, has 3 or more sides, and has no curved lines. By: SupeRMAn

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Triangles, rectangles and octagons are all examples of a polygon. A polygon is a polygon whose sides are the same length and whose interior angles are the same measure