A polygon can have any whole number of sides more than 2.
It depends on the type of polygon; for example: if the polygon is a parallelogram; the number of sides is 4
Three or more
There is no formula for how many sides there are in a polygon; the name of the polygon shows how many sides it has.
If it's a regular polygon then: 360*15 = 24 sides
A polygon does not have a set number of sides.
There are 8 sides in the polygon with 8 sides (an octagon).
It will have 12 sides
how many diagonals are there iin a polygon of 11 sides
A polygon has 3 or more sides
A polygon has exactly as many sides as it has angles.
A polygon with 7 sides is called an heptagon.
The polygon would have 10 sides.
Twelve. The number of sides and vertices in a polygon are always the same.
Not sure what the question means but if I have got it right, the answer is that a polygon can have any number of sides from 3 upwards.
A polygon has as many angles as sides, so a polygon with 10 sides (decagon) would have 10 angles.
Forty of them.
There are 5 angles in a polygon with 5 sides.
16 sides polygon have 16 angles
If it is a regular polygon then it will have 10 sides
an octagon is a polygon. an octagon has 8 sides. a polygon is a shape with closed sides.
7 sides, which makes it a heptagon. A polygon is any shape with 3 or more sides.
A polygon with 1000 sides is still a polygon but even a polygon of 100 sides gives characteristics of a circle. When demonstrating circles a polygon of 100 sides helps show the circle characteristics.
Polygon means "many sides."