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Parallel and Perpendicular Lines

Parallel and Perpendicular Lines

Polygons Exercises

Example 1

All regular polygons have side lengths of equal length and angles of equal measure. True or false?

Example 2

Why is a circle not an example of a polygon?

Example 3

Is there such a thing as a regular nonagon (9 sides)?

Example 4

What kind of regular polygon has 5 sets of parallel lines?

Example 5

What is the interior angle sum of a parallelogram?

Example 6

What is the interior angle sum of a heptagon (7 sides)?

Example 7

What are the values of x and y?

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