Not really, but if you have many lines it can look like a curved shape.
straight and curved
No, all polygons have straight lines. All lines are straight
A kind of line which is not required to be straight. Curved lines are often called irregular lines.
There is no kind of shape that has a straight line or curved line a kind of element of the following question is "space"...hope this helps
There can be a combination of the two - a line that is straight for a while and then curved, or a zigzag.
There are different types of lines: curved lines, dotted lines, wavy lines and straight lines.
It could be a stretched circle - a bit like an ellipse except that an ellipse does not have straight lines.
No it cannot. A polygon is a plane space enclosed by straight lines. An ellipse consists of a curved line, not straight lines.
A curved shape does not have any straight lines. In a circle the line curves continually, meaning that the circle is a curved shape.
straight, curved, zigzag, and bent.
To plot straight and curved lines on it in the form of equations
They are: -skew lines -parallel lines -intersecting lines -straight lines -zigzag lines -dotted lines -solid lines -curved lines -perpendicular lines
A jigsaw is used for cutting curved or round holes. With a straight guide it can cut straight lines.
Some types of lines are dotted, spiral, straight, vertical, horizontal, curved and zig-zag
1 straight line. An infinite number of curved lines.
Linear equations are those having no exponents; they produce straight lines when you graph them. Once you have exponents, you get curved lines.
If you are carving them in stone, few roman numerals are curved. Chiseling straight lines in stone is much easier to do than chiseling curved lines.
It is designed to easily cut curves. Whether it cuts in straight or curved lines depends how good the user is: a good user will be able to use it to cut straight lines, but a not-so good user will tend to "wobble" and so cut lots of little curves when trying to cut in a straight line.
no because it will become round and polygons are straight lines.
Sound travels in curved lines originating from the original source of the sound sort of like this ^