A polygon with all congruent sides is a regular polygon.
A regular polygon.
It is simply a polygon with all equal angles. It is not a regular polygon - if that is what you are looking for.
An equilateral polygon is a polygon where the length of all the sides of the polygon are the same length.
Then it is a regular polygon
It is an equilateral polygon. It is not a regular polygon. For the polygon to be regular, it is not enough for the sides to be congruent: all the angles need to be congruent as well.
A polygon whose sides are all equal is known as a regular polygon. Some examples include squares and equilateral triangles.
A polygon with all interior angles congruent Is known as a regular polygon.
A polygon with all sides and angles the same is called a "regular polygon."
It is called a regular polygon.
An irregular polygon is a polygon in which all of the sides and angles are not the same.
A triangle is a polygon. An equilateral triangle is one in which all the sides are the same and all the angles are the same. Then it is a regular polygon.