Question

# If a polygon is REGULAR, it means?

- Normal
- All of the sides are the same length and all of the measures of the angles are equal
- It has right angles
- Only 2 side lengths are equal

Hint:

### General Synopsis of Polygon.

## The correct answer is: All of the sides are the same length and all of the measures of the angles are equal

### * In mathematics, a polygon is a closed two-dimensional figure made up of line segments.

* Poly means many gon means angle. Hence, polygon is a closed figure that is made of many angles.

*In General there are 4 types of polygons. They are:

Regular Polygon

Irregular Polygon

Convex Polygon

Concave polygon

* Regular polygon is one of the type of polygon in which the angles and sides are congruent.

Example:

Equilateral Triangle.

>>>The Regular Polygon is that All of it's sides are of same length and all of the measures of the angles are equal.

* If a polygon is REGULAR, it means all of the sides are the same length and all of the measures of the angles are equal.

### Related Questions to study

### Identify the non-polygon from the following.

* It cannot be considered as a polygon as all the sides aren’t connected. Polygons form a closed figure and hence this figure won’t be considered a polygon.

### Identify the non-polygon from the following.

* It cannot be considered as a polygon as all the sides aren’t connected. Polygons form a closed figure and hence this figure won’t be considered a polygon.

### When a square is pushed from one corner keeping the base as it is, which polygon is formed?

If we select the upper corner of a square and push it, the square will bend in the direction of the force. So, the vertical edges would tilt in the direction of the force, leading to the formation of a new polygon named rhombus.

>>Hence, the Polygon obtained from a square modification is RHOMBUS.

### When a square is pushed from one corner keeping the base as it is, which polygon is formed?

If we select the upper corner of a square and push it, the square will bend in the direction of the force. So, the vertical edges would tilt in the direction of the force, leading to the formation of a new polygon named rhombus.

>>Hence, the Polygon obtained from a square modification is RHOMBUS.

### Identify the correct statement for the following figure.

Concave is when a side can be turned into a line that goes on the inside of a shape.

>>>Hence, the given figure comes under concave polygon.

### Identify the correct statement for the following figure.

Concave is when a side can be turned into a line that goes on the inside of a shape.

>>>Hence, the given figure comes under concave polygon.

### Any triangle is a ______ sided polygon.

>>>Triangle is the polygon that has 3 sides.

>>>It is one of the regular polygon.

### Any triangle is a ______ sided polygon.

>>>Triangle is the polygon that has 3 sides.

>>>It is one of the regular polygon.

### How many of the following polygons are CONCAVE?

>>Concave polygon is the polygon that has one of it's interior angle is greater than 180 degrees.

>>>Hence, from the given figure only one object is concave.

### How many of the following polygons are CONCAVE?

>>Concave polygon is the polygon that has one of it's interior angle is greater than 180 degrees.

>>>Hence, from the given figure only one object is concave.

### A nonagon has ________ sides.

>>>The polygon with nine sides is called as nonagon.

### A nonagon has ________ sides.

>>>The polygon with nine sides is called as nonagon.

### Is the figure a polygon? Is it convex or concave?

>>>The Convex polygon is called as the polygon that has sum of interior angles greater than 180 degrees.

>>>Therefore, the given figure is a convex polygon.

### Is the figure a polygon? Is it convex or concave?

>>>The Convex polygon is called as the polygon that has sum of interior angles greater than 180 degrees.

>>>Therefore, the given figure is a convex polygon.

### What is the general form of naming a polygon?

One can find this with a small trick. The student should learn to break the word. For example, Hexagon: Hexa+Gon. Now, as we know that hexa is six. Similarly, if a polygon has ‘n’ sides, then the polygon would be named as n-gon.

### What is the general form of naming a polygon?

One can find this with a small trick. The student should learn to break the word. For example, Hexagon: Hexa+Gon. Now, as we know that hexa is six. Similarly, if a polygon has ‘n’ sides, then the polygon would be named as n-gon.

### Identify whether the angle is acute, obtuse, right or straight

Step 1:

Given angle is equal to 90.

Step 2:

So, the given angle is a right angle.

>>Hence, the angle of measurement is right angle.

### Identify whether the angle is acute, obtuse, right or straight

Step 1:

Given angle is equal to 90.

Step 2:

So, the given angle is a right angle.

>>Hence, the angle of measurement is right angle.

### Give another name for

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### A polygon with six sides is called a _____.

>>>Polygon with sides meant that it has six angles totally.

>>>Hence, we can say that the Hexagon is the term used to interpret a polygon that has six sides.

### A polygon with six sides is called a _____.

>>>Polygon with sides meant that it has six angles totally.

>>>Hence, we can say that the Hexagon is the term used to interpret a polygon that has six sides.

### Identify the non-polygon from the following.

Non polygon is the figure that cannot be represented using angles and sides.

>>>Hence, the non-polygon is Circle.

### Identify the non-polygon from the following.

Non polygon is the figure that cannot be represented using angles and sides.

>>>Hence, the non-polygon is Circle.

### Measure the following angle using a protractor.

Step 1:

We line up one ray with 0°. We then read the angle measurement where the other ray crosses the protractor.

Step 2:

Reading from the protractor, the given angle measures 110°.

>>>Hence, we can say that the angle of measurement is 110 degrees.

### Measure the following angle using a protractor.

Step 1:

We line up one ray with 0°. We then read the angle measurement where the other ray crosses the protractor.

Step 2:

Reading from the protractor, the given angle measures 110°.

>>>Hence, we can say that the angle of measurement is 110 degrees.

### Measure the following angle using a protractor.

Step 1:

We line up one ray with 0°. We then read the angle measurement where the other ray crosses the protractor.

Step 2:

Reading from the protractor, the given angle measures 60°.

>>>Therefore, the angle of measurement is 60 degrees.

### Measure the following angle using a protractor.

Step 1:

We line up one ray with 0°. We then read the angle measurement where the other ray crosses the protractor.

Step 2:

Reading from the protractor, the given angle measures 60°.

>>>Therefore, the angle of measurement is 60 degrees.

### Classify each angle as acute, obtuse, right or straight

Step 1:

Given angle is more than 90 and less than 180

Step 2:

So, the given angle is an obtuse angle

>>>Hence, the angle of measurement is an obtuse angle.

### Classify each angle as acute, obtuse, right or straight

Step 1:

Given angle is more than 90 and less than 180

Step 2:

So, the given angle is an obtuse angle

>>>Hence, the angle of measurement is an obtuse angle.