Polygons have the same number of sides and angles.
A polygon has exactly the same number of both internal and external angles to the number of sides. Assuming external angles count, there are two times the number of sides as the total number of angles
A polygon has the same number of sides as angles. And, this is always so, not just usually.
A polygon has exactly as many sides as it has angles.
I'd have to see one first. So far, no polygon I've ever seen had more sides than angles.
A polygon with 6 sides has 6 angles.
The polygon that has 6 sides and 6 angles is a hexagon.
There are 5 angles in a polygon with 5 sides.
16 sides polygon have 16 angles
A polygon has as many angles as sides, so a polygon with 10 sides (decagon) would have 10 angles.
A polygon with all sides and angles the same is called a "regular polygon."
A polygon is regular if:* All sides are congruent * All angles are congruent