A pentagon is a five sided shape. Google it to find out what it looks like because the best way i can describe it is like a house but the sides are slanted in, but yeah google it..

A picture of a pentagon looks like a house--that is a five sided figure with four vertices. Other objects that you may be familiar with that are pentagons are: a baseball home plate, the Pentagon building in DC, or a soccer ball patch.

A pentagon shape looks like a house with the slanted roof and square bottom. It is a closed, plane, 5-sided figure with all straight sides. A regular pentagon has all 5 sides the same length. These are all pentagons.

The only pentagon shape in softball is home plate. It is five sided, a square base with a euclidean triangle on top. It is basically a white slab of rubber.

Takes a while of practice if you have like a math book with a pentagon then just copy it through the paper or look at an image until you get it right. for example i couldn't draw a star when i was in 6th grade.

It can look like a four-sided shape with five sides or a five-sided shape with four sides. The term is self-contradictory and so such a shape cannot exist!