A polygon region is the area inside the boundaries of a polygon.
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It could be an irregular polygon with different sides or a regular polygon with equal sdes
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The perimeter of a polygon is the sum of the length of each of its sides. If the polygon is a regular polygon the you can calculate the perimeter as [number of sides] *[the length of one side]
The answer depends on the polygon itself and what information you have about it. There are different formulae for different situations.
For example, you can divide the polygon into triangles, and calculate the area of each triangle.
In general, you divide up the polygon into triangles, calculate the areas of the triangles and then sum these.
It is: 0.5*(n2-3n) = diagonals whereas 'n' is the number of sides of the polygon