Geometry

# Describe two polygons by the number of vertices and sides each has?

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###### December 04, 2009 1:45AM

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The question is somewhat ambiguous.
If you mean a polygon in which the number of sides is not equal
to the number of vertices, the answer is NO, there cannot be such a
polygon.
If, however, the question is whether there is a polygon in which
not all the sides are equal and not all the angles are equal, then
the answer is YES, the vast majority of polygons are of this
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number of sides and vertices (and, therefore, angles).
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number of sides and vertices (and, therefore, angles).
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number of sides and vertices (and, therefore, angles).