What do you called 3 side of polygons?
The sides of a polygon do not generally have specific names. Polygons with 3 sides are triangles.
Yes, those polygons which have angles of 90 degrees and equal side lengths are called squares; those with uneven side lengths are called rectangles.
Polygons don't have radii... the distance from the center to the midpoint of any side is called an apothem.
Polygons have 3 or more sides, so there are no one sided polygons idiot.
It is called a "side" (in polygons, these may be called edges, but this can cause confusion with the term as used in 3-dimensional solids).
Polygons. Polygons. Polygons. Polygons.
A shape with 3 sides is called a triangle. A triangle is a polygon and polygons have 3 or more sides.
Yes they are polygons as they have more than 1 side.
A polygon is a shape with 3 or more sides. Triangles, squares, and octagons are all polygons. A circle is not. Pentagons have 5 sides sso they are considered polygons
irregular polygons are just polygons that do not have equal angles and side so a scaling and isosceles triangles are 2 and trapezoid is another.
They are called irregular polygons
They are known as regular polygons.
They are called regular polygons
Convex polygons with congruent sides and congruent angles are called regular polygons.
there isn't a polygon with 3 sides but there are triangles. polygons start with hexgons; 5 sided shapes.
You cannot "solve the kinds of polygons". There are essentially three types of polygons: Regular polygons in which each angle is the same and each side is the same. Irregular convex polygons in which at least one angle or one side are different but there are no reflex angles. Concave polygons in which there is at least one reflex angle. Convex and concave are usually defined in terms of whether or not the enclosed space… Read More
A polyhedran is a 3-dimentional figure that has sides that are polygons. A polygon is a 2-dimentional figure with straight sides, a closed side.
The figure would be a prism. However, congruent polygons in parallel planes are called bases.
That's the "equilateral" triangle.
polygons must be closed and two lines cannot form a closed shape. There is not such thing as a two sided polygon.
They are regular polygons because you just multiply number of sides by the length of 1 side
There are regular polygons (with 3, 4 and 6 sides).There are irregular convex polygons (with 3, 4, 5 or 6 sides). There are [irregular] concave polygons with various numbers of sides.
Polygons which can be constructed entirely from the repetition of a single length of line segment are called regular polygons?
This is true.
Any polygon with 2n sides where the sides j and j+n are equal as are the corresponding angles. For example, a hexagon (n = 3) with side 1 = side 4, side 2 = side 5 and side 3 = side 6 and similarly with angles, will have rotational symmetry of order 2.
A polyhedron is a 3-dimensional object comprising a space enclosed by a number of polygons. In general, these polygons are called faces: in some polyhedra they are also called bases. They may or may not be triangular. A pentagonal prism, for example, has no triangle face and so no triangular base.
iconta- is not a valid prefix for polygons.
They both have three(3) or more sides. =)
What do you call polygons in which all sides have the same lenght and all angles have the same measure?
They are called regular polygons
Since any polygon can be constructed from a combination of other polygons, I would call this rule a "trivial property of polygons".
Can you have two polygons having corresponding side lengths that are proportional and can you conclude that the polygons are similar?
No. You could, for example, have a square and a rhombus with sides twice as large.
Regular polygons with 3, 4 or 6 sides.
They are called faces of the polyhedron.
A trapezoid is a quadrilateral.
They are its faces.
Infinitely many. Polygons with 6 or more sides can have 3 pairs of parallel lines. Polygons with 7 or more sides can have a set of three parallel lines.
If you mean a 4-sided polygon, then that is a quadrilateral. See related link for more information on polygons.
No, the definition of congruent polygons is that all corresponding SIDES are of equal length. All corresponding angles as well.
n. in congruent polygons, the pairs of sides which can be superimposed on one another. In similar polygons, the ratio of the length of a side on the larger polygon to the length of its corresponding side on the smaller polygon is the same for all the sides.
Many 3-d figures can have polygons for bases. If all ist faces are polygons then it is a polyhedron but it is possible to have 3-d figures with a polygonal base and non-polygonal faces.
Yes because polygons have 3 or more sides.
Polygons are plane closed figures bounded by straight lines. There cannot be polygons with fewer than 3 sides.
They are the faces of the polyhedron.
a double triangle
Yes, regular polygons have equal side lengths and equal interior angles as for example an equilateral triangle or maybe a square.
A circle or an oval (ellipse) This depends on what one calls a "side". Usually a side needs to be straight, as in the case of polygons.
What is an arrangement of attached polygons that can be folded into a three dimensional shape called?
it is called a net
Three sided polygons would be triangles. Triangles that have the same shape (same angle measures) but are different sizes (different side lengths) would be called similar triangles. In similar triangles, corresponding sides have lengths in the same ratio. If triangle ABC is similar to triangle DEF, then: AB/DE = BC/EF = AC/DF.