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Polygon Riddles

Answer the riddles with the correct polygon name.

Five sides and five angles- that's me! What am I? Pentagon
I am made of straight lines that all connect up. What am I? Polygon
I have fewer sides than an octagon but more than a pentagon. What am I? Hexagon
My sides are equal, like a square. You might also know me as a diamond. What am I? Rhombus
I am the polygon with the fewest number of sides, three. What am I? Triangle
I have four sides. You might know me best as the polygon with two sides that are shorter than the other two. What am I? Rectangle
I have four sides, but only two could never cross. What am I? Trapezoid
I can also be called a rectangle, but all my sides have the same length. What am I? Square
I have as many sides as an octopus has arms. What am I? Octagon
Is a circle a polygon? NO!
Created by: akerbaugh