An hexagon is a 6 sided polygon that can be regular or irregular
The only rectangle that is regular is a square.
It wil be a regular 18 sided polgon
A square is a regular rectangle which is why a rectangle isn't a square.
No, it is not.
the measure for a regular rectangle is 69in. by fudge you and measure it yourself.
its a regular quadrilateral * * * * * No it is NOT! The sides of a rectangle, in general, are not all the same length and, therefore, it is not a regular polygon.
I don't think so because "rectangle" implies only properties of a rectangle, not a square. The rectangle would have to be a square to be regular.
The sides of a rectangle are not all equal so a rectangle is not a regular polygon. And, as a consequence, any 3-dimensional shape made from rectangles cannot be a regular polyhedron.
no it isn't a regular shape
no no not tellin you
Yes a rectangle will tessellate with no gaps or overlaps
The properties of a Regular Polygon are:All sides are equalAll angles are equalA rectangle only shares one of these properties, Equal Angles, so No, a Rectangle is not a regular polygon.
A "regular" polygon has all sides the same length. A "regular" rectangle has all sides the same length, therefore it is also a square. An "irregular" rectangle then would be any rectangle that is not a square.
60 sides 180-174 = 6 360/6 = 60
there is such a thing as an irregular polygon that has sides of different sizes. all REGULAR polygons however have equal sides
It is a square
A regular polygon is a polygon in which all sides and angles are congruent, so a rectangle is a regular polygon when it is a square: when all sides are equal.
A rectangle is irregular. The only regular rectangle is a square, so any rectangle that is NOT a square is irregular.
A rectangle is considered to be an irregular polygon. This is because, in a rectangle, the sides need not necessarily all be congruent, and regular polygons must have all sides be congruent.