Each body has its own centre of gravity. The centre of gravity of two regular shapes - an equilateral triangle and a square will be different so why should the cog of a regular and an irregular shape not be different?
Any regular figure has equal side lengths and angle measures, while irregular figures have different angle measures and/or different side lengths.
Regular object have equla sides and irregular dont
It means with irregular polygons
'Regular' means that all the sides on the polygon are the same length and all angles are the same size. On an irregular polygon, the sides can be different lengths and angles can be different sizes.
Irregular reflection means it is not right
the irregular noun is abnormal
Regular polygons have all equal length sides and irregular polygons do not.
The difference between an irregular and regular is that a regular shape is the normal form of a hexagon or pentagon etc. A regular hexagon would have six sides all the same length and all the angles would be the same. An irregular shape is a shape in a different form of the normal form. Example, A irregular hexagon would still have six sides but the lengths may be different and the angles also may be different.
Regular shapes:all sides and angles are the same Irregular shapes: different angle and sides
regular, irregular and free
A pentagon can be regular. But, if one of its sides is of a different length, or one of its angles is of a different measure then it is irregular.