You can find the number of diagonals in a polygon using the formula n(n-3)/2, where n is the number of sides. Therefore an 11 sided polygon has 44 diagonals.
An 11 sided polygon has 44 diagonals.
There are 44 diagonals in an 11-sided polygon. heres how to find the amount of diagonals: S=amount of sides 1/2 S(S-3)
It is an undecagon which has 11 sides Check: 0.5*(112-33) = 44 diagonals
A polygon with 11 sides is an undecagon
An 11 sided polygon has 44 diagonals
An undecagon is an 11 sided polygon
Very close to 11, if not exactly 11.
Hendecagon has 11 sides
It will have 11 sides
A polygon with 11 sides is called an "undecagon."
number of diagonals in an n-sided polygon is n(n-1)/2 - n If the polygon has 12 sides, number of diagonals is 12(12-1)/2 -12 = (12)(11)/2 -12 = 132/2 - 12 = 66-12 = 54
An 11 sided polygon has interior angles that add up to 1620 degrees
no polygon can have its angle sum be 1660 degrees. the closest shape would be a 11 sides shape
11 sides The diagonal of a polygon is a line segment that joins two non adjacent vertices. So for a n-sided polygon, each vertex can be joined to n-3 other sides. So there ought to be n x (n-3) diagonals for a n-sided polygon; however, each diagonal is counted twice, once by the vertex at each end. So the number of diagonals is: diagonals = n (n-3) / 2 So for 44 diagonals: 44 = n (n-3) / 2 88 = n2 - 3n n2 - 3n - 88 = 0 (n - 11)(n + 8) = 0 n = 11 or -8 Since the number of sides can't be negative, the number of sides is 11, a hendecagon (or undecagon)
There are 44 diagonals in an 11 sided undecagon
It is called Enneagon for eleven sides.
A hendacagon is a polygon with 11 sides.