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# Which of the statements is TRUE?

- A semicircle is a polygon
- A concave polygon is regular
- A regular polygon is equiangular
- Every triangle is regular

Hint:

### An object or arrangement of objects in the form of a half circle is semicircle,

A concave polygon is a polygon with one or more interior angles greater than 180 degrees.

A polygon having equal sides and angles is regular polygon

## The correct answer is: A regular polygon is equiangular

### Explanation:

- We have been given four statements in the question from which we have to choose which statement is true.
- In the given four statements we have been given information about the semicircle, concave polygon, triangle and regular polygon.

Step 1 of 1:

Option A:

A semicircle is a polygon.

No this is not true, because polygon only contain straight lines.

Option B:

A concave polygon is regular

It is not necessary that a concave polygon is regular.

So, it is not true

Option C:

A regular polygon is equiangular

Yes this is true, a regular polygon is equiangular and equilateral.

Option D:

Every triangle is regular

This is not true, because mant triangles are not regulat.

Hence, Option C is correct.

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