For a figure to be regular, all its sides and angles must all be congruent. So if a pentagon is regular, all of its sides and angles are equal to each other.
Yes! All six sides of a hexagon are congruent. It doesn't have to have all sides congruent. A hexagon only needs six sides to be a hexagon.
Yes, it definately can and always will be. Since you wrote that both pentagons are regular, all sides (and angles) are equivalent to each other. On the first pentagon, one side measured 5cm, so therefore the rest of the sides total up to 25cm. Since the second pentagon has perimeter 25cm, the pentagons must be congruent.
A congruent shape is a shape with all of its sides equal length.
Both, I think
i don't know; that person is wrong it is a regular pentagon that has all sides congruent
A regular pentagon has 5 congruent sides
If it is a regular pentagon then it will have 5 congruent sides.
is a regular pentagon if all its angles are congruent and is a general pentagon if they are not.
Sometimes. For a regular pentagon, all the sides and interior angles are congruent. However, this isn't the case for some pentagons.
Because it is a regular 5 sided pentagon
a pentagon and a rhombus and a square
An... irregular pentagon?
Yes if it's a regular 5 sided pentagon
A polygon with five congruent sides is a pentagon.