What do you call a polygon with two sides?
It is impossible to create a 2D shape using only 2 straight lines.
The smallest polygon has 3 sides - a triangle.
There's no such thing as a two-sided polygon. In order for a shape to be a polygon, it has to have at least three sides.
A polygon with 1,000 sides is known as a chiliagon. A hectogon is a polygon that has 100 sides, and a polygon with 8 sides is called an octagon.
a polygon with 12 sides is called a.. dodecagon
A polygon with 12 sides is called a dodecagon.
A polygon with 5 sides is called a pentagon.
the 11th sides of polygon is called UNDECAGON....... the 12th sides is DODECAGON.....
A polygon with 27 sides would be called an icosakaiheptagon.
A regular polygon
an Irregular Polygon
Every polygon has two of its sides intersect.
There are infinitely many such shapes. A polygon with 4 or more sides can have two sides that are parallel and they need not be the same length.
A polygon is a plane area bounded by straight lines. Two straight lines cannot define a closed shape. There cannot, therefore by a polygon with only two sides.
A polygon with four equal angles and sides is a square.
The minimum number of sides for a polygon is 3 sides.
A cyclic polygon.
Just call it a "24-sided polygon".
A square is a regular polygon with two sets of parallel sides. A parallelogram is an irregular polygon with one set of parallel sides. A rhombus is an irregular polygon with two sets of parallel sides. A rectangle is an irregular polygon with two sets of parallel sides. *Note - a regular polygon is a shape in which all sides are equal in length and all angles are equal in measurement.
A point that two sides of a polygon have in common is called a vertex. Each regular polygon has an equal number of sides as vertices.
the two sides of a polygon meet at the angle
I am the endpoint where two sides of a polygon meet?
An eight-sided polygon is called an octagon.
A polygon with eleven sides is called a hendecagon.
It is known as a regular polygon
The end point where two sides of a polygon meet is the Vertex.
Any two adjacent sides on a polygon will form an included angle.
It could be an irregular polygon with different sides or a regular polygon with equal sdes
A polygon with 12 sides is a dodecagon
the point where two sides of a polygon meet are called vertices
No because a polygon must have 3 or more sides
The answer below is seriously incorrect. In icosahedron is a polyhedron which is a 3-dimensional object. A polygon is a 2-dimensional object and the 20-sided version is called an icosagon.
Not all polygon have two pairs of parallel sides. For example, a square will, but not a triangle.
A polygon with 12 sides and 12 angles = a Dodecagon
A polygon with 11 sides is called an "undecagon."
Dodecagon 12 sides with 12 angles
Each point of a polygon at which two sides intersect is called VERTEX
Answer A 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
Point common to two sides of an angle = vertex. Points common to two sides of a polygon, if they exist, are all the points along an edge.
An irregular pentagon is a polygon that has five sides and two right angles. A regular polygon on the other hand does not have right angles.
A hendecagon or endecagon.
its a hectoctagon
It is called a hendecagon.
An irregular polygon
the triangle, unless you can show us a polygon with only two sides
Just call it a 9001-sided polygon. DuskFire's answer: Simple- A Vegetagon.
nonagon not even thats a 9 sided polygon its a hectogon