why do you think each letter in a polygon's name can only be used once
polygons are polygons u willl find the answer here trust me each letter in polygons name used only once because it is a word
why do each letter in the polygons name can only be used once??? why do each letter in the polygons name can only be used once???
Why do you think each letter in a polygon's name can be used only once? ____________________________________________________ ______________/\ _____________/-- \ ____________/ -----\ ___________/______\ Its called triangle :)
To avoid confusion as to which vertex (or side) is being discussed.
Some examples of polygons include circles, triangles, squares, rectangles, pentagons, and hexagons. These are examples of 'simple polygons,' in that none of the lines overlap and intersect each other, such as in a pentagram, which is a 'star polygon.'
Polygons that when joined together leaving no gaps or overlaps are said to tessellate with each other such as triangles, 4 sided quadrilaterals and hexagons to name but a few.
There are infinitely many of them so it is not possible to name each one. Collectively, they are polygons.
tridecagons has 13 sides
Because every point must have its own name to identify it from
By the number of their sides.
It looks like its the heading on an exercise and it means for the given polygons name them. The polygons will either be pictures or descriptions (like "it has four equal sides and two pairs of parallel sides").
There is no specific name for such shapes.
There are an infinite number of different polygons, and some have them have more than one name.
It's not possible to draw, list, or name all of the polygons.If you draw a polygon with the greatest number of sides you can think of, I can alwaysdraw a polygon with at least one more side than yours.
The letter before ach name is the genus name. The second is the species name.
It is simply a shape which has two bases which are regular polygons. There is no special name for such shapes.
You can name the sides any way you like.
That is simply not true. Over the year I must have come across thousands of instances of "triangle ABC".
There would be too many to name. All regular polygons have a line of symmetry, but there are still polygons that don't.
a quadrilateral, or Tetragon, or Quadrangle
Polygons are closed two dimensional shapes which are bounded by three or more straight lines. There are infinitely many of them so it is not possible to name them all.
A starting letter or a big letter
The only name I can think of is Ursula.
they are different
lots of them, depends on what kind, but one is polygons