A tessellation that uses more than one kind of regular polygon is called a semi-regular tessellation.
It is called a semi-regular tessellation.
It is an irregular tessellation.
Semi-regular tessellation is a tessellation of the plane by 2 or more different convex regular polygons. A semi-regular tessellation combines two or more regular polygons. Each semi-regular tessellation has a tupelo, which designates what kind of regular polygon is used.
More than one kind of regular polygon
A regular triangle, quadrilateral (i.e., square) and hexagon may be used.
It is a semi-regular tessellation.
A regular polygon having an interior angle measure of 168o has 30 sides and is called a triacontagon.
A regular polygon.
A regular pentagon (5 sides)
A regular polygon is a special kind of convex polygon - one in which all the sides are of the same length and all the angles are equal. Convex and concave polygons form disjoint sets: so no concave polygon can be regular.
equilateral triangle is an example of regular polygon
This is the definition of a "regular" polygon.
It is a regular polygon as for example an equilateral triangle
No such regular polygon exist so it has to be some kind of irregular polygon but if each exterior angle was 30 degrees then it would be a regular 12 sided polygon
A regular polygon
I assume that, by "Loonie", you mean the Canadian coin. Strictly speaking, it is not a polygon because its sides are not straight lines but if they were, it would be a regular hendecagon - an 11-sided regular polygon.
it depends what kind of polygon but the sum of the angles will equal a # divisible by 90
You haven't given enough information. What kind of polygon is it?
we have 9 diffrent kind of polygons. Each polygon has a diffrent amount of line segments. a polygon is a flat figure and has no gapes.