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

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Yes, polygons have the same number of sides and vertices.

Pentagon , 5 sided shape with 5 vertices Hendecagon , 12 sides and 12 vertices

octangle and hexagon because octangle has 8 sides,8 vertices and hexagon has 6 sides.6 vertices.

None.But all polygons have the same number of sides as vertices.

A triangle is the simplest polygon with three vertices and 3 sides. A dodecahedron has 12 vertices and 12 sides. There is no limit to the number of vertices and sides that a polygon can have - except that the two numbers must be the same.

The number of sides and vertices in any polygon is always the same.

A triangle is the simplest polygon with three vertices and 3 sides. A dodecahedron has 12 vertices and 12 sides. There is no limit to the number of vertices and sides that a polygon can have - except that the two numbers must be the same.

A polygon with three vertices and three sides is a triangle. A polygon with four vertices and four sides is a quadrilateral.

A pentagon has 5 vertices. It is one of the few polygons that has an equal number of vertices and sides.

Fourteen. Each polygons has the same number of sides as it has vertices. Therefore, a polygon with 14 vertices must have 14 sides.

It has 4 side and 4 vertexes

A polygon has the same amount of vertices as it does sides, so it would have 7 vertices.

The vertices refer to the points where to sides of a shape come into contact. So for example, a triangle has three vertices because its sides meet at three points. Each polygon also has the same number of vertices as sides (pentagon = 5 vertices, etc.)

Polygons have as many vertices as they have sides (edges).

No. There are quadrilaterals (4-sided polygons) with bigger sides, or bigger perimeters, or bigger areas. There are polygons with more sides or vertices (as big a number as you like, and more).

Polygons have the same number of vertexes/vertices as the sides. So, A 20 sided polygon will have 20 vertexes/vertices.

The number of sides and vertices are the same

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 type.

it has 8 sides,angles,and vertices.Octagons have eight sides. They are also polygons.

The corners of polygons are vertices and its singular term is vertex.

relationship between the number of sides of afigure and the number of vertices

No, regular polygons with an even number of sides are also symmetrical.

Vertices and angles are the same thing. Any polygon has an equal number of sides and vertices (and, therefore, angles).Vertices and angles are the same thing. Any polygon has an equal number of sides and vertices (and, therefore, angles).Vertices and angles are the same thing. Any polygon has an equal number of sides and vertices (and, therefore, angles).Vertices and angles are the same thing. Any polygon has an equal number of sides and vertices (and, therefore, angles).

Opposite vertices are two vertices of any polygon with an even number of sides that have the same number of sides between them.

The answer depends on what attributes you want to use for classification. These could be:number of sides (vertices),whether or not all sides are equal,whether or not all angles are equal,whether or not all sides and angles are equal (regular),number of parallel sides,number of perpendicular sides,order of rotational symmetry,number of lines of symmetry,convex or concave,various combinations of the above.