Study guides

☆

Q: A polygon in which no diagonal contains points in the exterior of the polygon?

Write your answer...

Submit

Still have questions?

Related questions

A concave polygon.

A convex polygon

It should be convex

Not too sure of the question but the only polygon that has no diagonals is a triangle.

A diagonal is a straight line connecting two non-consecutive points in a four or more sided polygon without overlapping any of the sides.

A diagonal from a polygon is a line segment that joins two nonconsecutive points.

A polygon is convex if you can take any two points inside the polygon and connect them with a line segment that is completely contained by the polygon. A non-convex polygon is one which contains at least two points such that the line joining them does not lie entirely inside the polygon.

Yes, but not a polygon (or polyhedron).Consider a quadrilateral with one diagonal. The end points of the diagonal are at odd vertices while the other two are even.

none

it becomes a Star polygon

The vertices are the "points" of a polygon.

no because a polygon can not have curved edges,points,sides,ect.

People also asked