idk i know thers isosceles and equalateral but the other one used to be on the tip of my tongue
Yes,all of the sides of a polygon are the same shape.
I believe you are looking for the word quadrilateral. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Polygon#Naming_polygons http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Quadrilateral
it depends on the size of the polygon. you have provided no information as to the size of the sides. if it is a regular polygon (all the sides the same length) multiply one side by 6 - the same as adding up al 6 sides
An isosceles trapezoid has 2 sides that are the same length.
"...need to be the same SIZE?" Quadrilateral (including trapezium).
'Regular' means that all the sides on the polygon are the same length and all angles are the same size. On an irregular polygon, the sides can be different lengths and angles can be different sizes.
Yes if each of its 5 sides are the same size
A regular polygon is one that has all congruent sides ANDall equal inside angles.A rhombus doesn't qualify. All of its sides are the same length, but it's anglesare not all the same size.