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#1 2006-07-20 01:15:42

Devantè
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Basic Polygons

Basic Polygons

You'll find some very easy questions in here. Of course, most of them are never going to be too hard. Have fun!

1. Write down the name of a regular triangle.
2. What is the sum of the interior angles of a hexagon?
3. How many sides does a regular pentagon have?
4. Calculate the interior angle of a regular pentagon.
5. Calculate the exterior angle of a regular pentagon.
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#2 2006-07-30 17:44:52

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Re: Basic Polygons

6. What is the name of a regular, well-known shape with 3 sides?
7. What is the name of a regular, well-known shape with 4 sides?
8. What is the name of regular, well-known shape with 5 sides?
9. What is the name of a regular, well-known shape with 6 sides?
10. What is the name of a regular, well-known shape with 7 sides?
11. What is the name of a regular, well-known shape with 8 sides?
12. What is the name of a regular, well-known shape with 9 sides?
13. What is the name of a regular, well-known shape with 10 sides?
14. What is the name of a regular, well-known shape with 11 sides?
15 What is the name of a regular, well-known shape with 12 sides?
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#3 2006-11-05 01:35:33

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Re: Basic Polygons

Last edited by Toast (2006-11-05 01:36:48)

 

#4 2007-10-24 11:05:45

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Re: Basic Polygons

I have to find the degree measure of C in each polygon. They have the numbes listed .I have to get the correct number for the letter C.

 

#5 2007-10-24 11:37:31

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Re: Basic Polygons

Is your answer here: Regular Polygons - Properties ?


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