all sides and interior angles are equal with the other polygon
A polygon with 50 sides, given the sum of all the interior angles in 8640.
Yes in general polygons that have equal interior angles also have equal sides and they are said to be regular polygons. But a rectangle is an exception.
Polygons have an equal number of sides and angles.
two polygons with sides that have all equal sides and angles
All sides are equal in lengthsEach interior angles are equal in sizeAll exterior angles add up to 360 degrees
They are said to be regular polygons such as equilateral triangles, squares and other polygons that have congruent sides and equal congruent interior angles.
They are known as regular polygons.
The hexagon is the only one that has exactly 6.All polygons with 6 or more sides have at least 6 interior angles.
No because as for example if it has 5 sides then it will have 5 interior angles and so on.
All polygons have an equal number of sides and angles.
(number of sides - 2)*180 = sum of interior angles