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Polygon Unit

This stack contains types of polygons and and examples

Regular Polygon A polygon with all angles equal and all sides equal.
Irregular Polygon A polygon with not all angles equal and/or not all sides equal.
Convex Polygon A polygon with no angles pointing inwards.
Concave Polygon A polygon with at least one internal angle greater than 180 degrees.
Simple Polygon A polygon which does not cross over itself.
Complex Polygon A polygon which intersects itself.
Vertex The endpoint where two sides of a polygon meet.
Polygon A closed plane figure with straight sides.
Triangle A polygon with 3 sides and 3 angles in which the 3 angles always add up to 180 degrees.
Quadrilateral A four-sided polygon.
Pentagon A five-sided polygon.
Hexagon A polygon with six sides.
Heptagon A seven-sided polygon.
Octagon A polygon with eight sides.
Nonagon A polygon with nine sides.
Decagon A ten-sided polygon.
Irregular Hexagon A six-sided polygon in which not all sides are equal and/or not all angles are equal.
Concave Octagon An eight-sided polygon in which at least one internal angle is greater than 180 degrees.
Simple Pentagon A five-sided polygon in which it does not cross over itself.
Complex Heptagon A seven-sided polygon in which it intersects itself.
Created by: p_burke