A polygon with sides of equal length and equal angles is termed a regular polygon.

A polygon has 3 or more sides and is called regular when all sides and angles are equal and it is irregular when its sides and angles are not equal.

All of the angles are equal in a "regular" polygon. (All of the sides are too.)

A polygon with 6 equal sides is called a regular hexagon (regular if it has all angles equal).

A polygon whose sides are not equal is known as an irregular polygon. A regular polygon has equal sides and angles.

A regular polygon has equal angles AND sides.

It is called an irregular polygon. However, an irregular polygon can have congruent sides if all angles are not equal.

Not only can a regular polygon have equal angles and sides, it must have them.

There is no special name for that. However, if the sides are also equal, it is called a regular polygon.

A polygon with four equal angles and sides is a square.

It is then called a regular polygon when all angles and sides are of equal values.

A regular polygon has equal sides in length and angles.

That would be called a regular polygon, one with congruent(equal) side legnths and congruent angles.

Any 8 sided polygon is called an octagon. If all of the sides and angles are equal, then it's called a regular octagon.

It's called a rhombus.

AnswerA polygon with all sides equal, which is the same as a polygon with all the angles equal, is called a equilateral polygon. not a regular FALSE

It is then classed as a regular polygon such as a square or an equilateral triangle.

it is called a square

That would be a square. a square polygon does.

Polygons have an equal number of sides and angles.

A polygon with all sides and angles the same is called a "regular polygon."

A polygon with five sides and five angles is called a pentagon.

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).

No.No! It is not possible.Regular polygon:Polygon in which all the sides are equal and all the interior angles are equal is called as a regular polygon.Concave polygon:A polygon that has one or more interior angles greater that 180o is called as a concave polygon.It is not possible to have polygon with all sides equal and greater than 180o.Source: www.icoachmath.com it is possibleA concave polygon had to be irregular.

Yes, a regular polygon has all its sides equal. Its angles are also equal.

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