Q: How are polygons and regular polygons different?

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No. Four regular polygons cannot be combined for this purpose.

There are lots of different types of polygons Polygons are classified into various types based on the number of sides and measures of the angles.: Regular Polygons Irregular Polygons Concave Polygons Convex Polygons Trigons Quadrilateral Polygons Pentagon Polygons Hexagon Polygons Equilateral Polygons Equiangular Polygons

Regular polygons.

Regular polygons with 3, 4 or 6 sides.

Regular polygons are those polygons that are bothequilateral (all sides congruent) and equilateral (all interior angles congruent).

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No. Four regular polygons cannot be combined for this purpose.

There are lots of different types of polygons Polygons are classified into various types based on the number of sides and measures of the angles.: Regular Polygons Irregular Polygons Concave Polygons Convex Polygons Trigons Quadrilateral Polygons Pentagon Polygons Hexagon Polygons Equilateral Polygons Equiangular Polygons

Regular polygons are when all the sides are same length and all the angles are the same size. Irregular polygons are shapes where the sides are not all the same and the angles are different.

regular polygons are the ones that all sides are equal

all regular polygons

Regular polygons.

Regular polygons with 5, 7 or more sides.

Regular polygons with 3, 4 or 6 sides.

Regular polygons are those polygons that are bothequilateral (all sides congruent) and equilateral (all interior angles congruent).

no. only regular polygons do

Different polygons have different relationships between perimeter and area. For example, if we assume regular polygons, an equilateral triangle and a square have different perimeters for the same area. If you allow irregular polygons, the variety is even bigger.

No, a regular tessellation uses multiple copies of only one regular polygon.