No, it is not.
with a pencil or pen :)
draw a quadrilateral that has no parallel sides no congruent sides and no right angle
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, 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.
If it is a regular pentagon then it will have 5 congruent sides.
A regular pentagon has 5 congruent sides
Yes. One can have congruent pentagons.
draw a polygon that is congruent?
Not necessarily; if it is a regular pentagon, then yes.
i don't know; that person is wrong it is a regular pentagon that has all sides congruent
In general, no.
No. A small pentagon will have smaller diagonals than a large pentagon! However, all the diagonals of a regular pentagon will be congruent.
a regular pentagon or just a pentagon