Shapes that have four sides are known as quadrilaterals.

Shapes with straight sides are called polygons

All shapes have sides. Including a circle which has one curved side.

No, octagons just have to be closed shapes with eight sides - the sides do not have to be of equal length.

There are a few simple shapes with equal sides. The basic shapes are a square, octagon, and an equilateral triangle,

Most Shapes has many vertices & Sides. The answer is a '''Circle''' * * * * * Only partly true. Most '''WELL-STUDIED''' shapes have vertices and sides. Most shapes - in nature, for example, are irregular, "random" shapes.

Shapes that have four straight sides are quadrilaterals. Squares, rectangles, and trapezoids are shapes that have four sides. A rhombus also has four sides.

Hexagons have six sides.

An octagon has eight sides.

They are called sides or edges.

rectangle has 4 shapes

Any shapes that have 4 sides are quadrilaterals

Shapes that don't have 4 sides are not quadrilaterals

Polygons are shapes with 3 or more sides

Any shapes that have seven sides.

Any shapes that have 4 sides are quadrilaterals

from there sides

Most triangles, quadrilaterals, and other polygons with five or more sides; most closed shapes with curved sides.Most triangles, quadrilaterals, and other polygons with five or more sides; most closed shapes with curved sides.Most triangles, quadrilaterals, and other polygons with five or more sides; most closed shapes with curved sides.Most triangles, quadrilaterals, and other polygons with five or more sides; most closed shapes with curved sides.

All regular polygons with an even number of sides. Irregular polygons with an odd number of sides can have parallel sides. There are also non polygonal shapes that can have parallel sides.

Equilateral shapes. They can be polygons with any number of sides and, apart from a triangle, they need not be regular.

Shapes having less than 4 sides or more than 4 sides are not parallelograms

There is no special name: they are polygons, as are shapes with 3 or 3 million sides.

Most irregular shapes don't have parallel sides By: SupeRMAn

There is no special name that distinguishes shapes with more than four sides from shapes with four or fewer.

There are many such shapes. Any polygon with an even number of sides can have opposite sides that meet the above requirements.

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