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A square -- has 4 sides

a triangle -- has 3 sides

A pentagon -- has 5 sides

A circle -- has one side

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There is no specific name for such shapes.

In most shapes the diagonals do not bisect one another. It might be possible to answer the question if it were more specific. To start with, shapes with how many sides?

There are infinitely many of them so it is not possible to list their names. If the sides are all straight lines, they are collectively called polygons.

The names of polygons are: 3: triangle 4: quadrilateral 5: pentagon 6: hexagon 7: heptagon 8: octagon 9: nonagon or enneagon 10: decagon There are, of course, many other shapes with curved sides.

There are infinitely many 3d shapes and many of them do not have specific names.

There are infinitely many shapes and not all of them have names.

It depends on how you cut it as to how many sides the two new shapes would have. You could have two shapes, each with 6 sides (cut a stop sign vertically down the middle), or you could have two identical shapes with 5 sides (cut across the diagonal).

Most Shapes has many vertices & Sides. The answer is a '''Circle''' * * * * * Only partly true. Most '''WELL-STUDIED''' shapes have vertices and sides. Most shapes - in nature, for example, are irregular, "random" shapes.

There are many such shapes. Any polygon with an even number of sides can have opposite sides that meet the above requirements.

All regular polygons (in order of sides starting with 3 sides): triangle, square, pentagon, hexagon, octagon, nonagon, decagon, hendecagon, dodecagon, tridecagon, tetradecagon, pentradecogon, hexadecagon, octadecagon, enneadecagon, icosagon (twenty sides).2d shapes are shapes that can be drawn on a paper, like lines, triangles, squares, rectangles, circles, etc. Some of these shapes are called polygons, and there are countless numbers of them with their names based on the Greek word for the number of sides on each shape. All sides are exactly the same as each other on regular polygons; one or more sides are different from the other sides on irregular polygons. A few of the polygon names, with the name following the number of sides on the 2d shape are:3 triangle4 quadrilateral (a regular quadrilateral is a square)5 pentagon6 hexagon10 decagon12 dodecagon20 Icosagon90 enneacontagonAfter about 10 sides mathematicians usually refer to polygons as n-gons; a 12 sided polygon (dodecagon) could also be called a 12-gon.In addition to polygons, there are circles, ovals, parabolas, and many other shapes that do not have straight sides.

Infinitely many shapes, infinitely many names. Impossible to list them.

A laptop consists of two shapes, each an approximate cuboid, that are hinged together. If they were exact cuboids, the answer would be 12 sides. But they are not. The "sides" are curved, which complicates matters.

Infinitely many. Every regular polygon with 2n sides has n pairs of parallel sides. Then there are irregular polygons which can have parallel sides. And there are also irregular shapes which have parallel sides.

There are many different shapes of which each have a different name. Pictures of these shapes cannot be drawn here to answer the question, but the can be described. The most common shapes that are used are squares, circles, and triangles. Squares are a box like shape with four equal sides, a true circle is a perfectly round shape, and the most common triangle shape has along bottom and two shorter sides that come together to make a point.

Cylinder shapes only have three sides.

Name of all polygons until 12 sides. Move the mouse over the shapes to discover their properties. Triangle Square Pentagon Hexagon Heptagon Octagon Nonagon Decagon Hendecagon Dodecagon These shapes are known as regular polygons. A polygon is a many sided shape with straight sides. To be a regular polygon all the sides and angles must be the same.

At least 3 sides and many more

No, because there are shapes with each number from 3 to infinitely many sides and it is not possible to produce an infinitely long list in the finite amount of time that the solar system has got.

There are infinitely many 2d shapes. They can have 1 side (a circle or ellipse) to infinitely many. They can have sides that are straight or not, the sides can be equal or unequal in length, the angles can be equal or unequal, etc.

it has 4 sides but the basic shapes tend to be a square, rectangle and kite

A triangle has three sides.A quadrilateral has four sides.A pentagon has five sides.A hexagon has six sides.A heptagon has seven sides.An octagon has eight sides.A nonagon has nine sides.A decagon has ten sides.A dodecagon has twelve sides.