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polygon a closed figure in a plane made up of line segments called sides that intersect only at their endpoints called vertices. their endpoints called vertices.
convex polygons such that no line containing a side of the polygon contains a point inside the interior of the polygon.
concave polygons such that when lines containing a side of the polygon do contain interior points. Another way to think about convex polygons is polygons in which the diagonals of the polygon have no points on the exterior of the polygon.
regular polygon that is both equilateral and equiangular
apothem a segment that extends from the center of a regular polygon perpendicularly to a side of the regular polygon.
n-gon polygons with more than 12 sides
exterior angle made by extending one side of a polygon such that the interior and exterior angle are a linear pair
Created by: Promethean