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Q: What are some examples of polygons?

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A beehive.

Some examples of polygons include circles, triangles, squares, rectangles, pentagons, and hexagons. These are examples of 'simple polygons,' in that none of the lines overlap and intersect each other, such as in a pentagram, which is a 'star polygon.'

All sorts of polygons can create tessellations. See attached link for some examples: http://http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tessellation

Tessellations

A polygon is a two-dimensional shape enclosed by lines only, not curves. So triangles, squares, rectangles, and octagons are examples of polygons. Circles, ellipses, and annuli are some shapes that are not polygons.

bee's hive

No. All hexagons are polygons.

2 examples which immediately come to mind are a star and a cross, especially the plus sign. especially when the interior is broad.

A polygon can be equilateral but not always equiangular. Some examples of this are rhomboids and other polygons like pentagons and hexagons.

Well if your looking for examples, One is a soccer ball

No, because some polygons can have more than 4 sides All 4 sided polygons are quadrilaterals

No, because some polygons can have more than 4 sides All 4 sided polygons are quadrilaterals

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