Study guides

☆☆

Q: What do you call a shape that does not have all sides equal?

Write your answer...

Submit

Still have questions?

Related questions

In a triangle with no sides congruent we call it scalene.

A shape where all the sides are equal and all the angles are equal. If all sides are equal but angles or not, it is equilateral. If it is vice versa, it is equiangular.

It is an irregular shape or polygon that doesn't have all sides equal

A square is a four-sided shape with all sides equal and all angles equal.

Square. By definition, its sides must all be equal.

As long as the angles are all equal as well then it is a regular shape.

all the sides of the shape are equal (:

When all its sides and angles are equal.

You would call it an irregular polygon. Afraid not. There is no specific name, except in the case of a triangle: scalene. You should not call it simply an irregular polygon, because a regular polygon implies that ALL sides are equal and ALL angles are equal. So a rhombus, where all four sides are equal, is still irregular.

A shape with six sides is a hexagon. A hexagon with all sides and angles equal is a regular hexagon.

A congruent shape is a shape with all of its sides equal length.

A pentagon

This shape is called an icosikaitera. All of the sides of the icosikaitera are all of the same equal length.

A shape with 4 right angles and 4 equal sides is a square. ==========================

square

A parallelogram is a four sided shape where opposite sides are parallel and equal lengths. If you mean that ALL sides are equal lengths, you are looking for a rhombus.

square

Isometric shape

You just call it a decagon. If all the angles and sides are equal then it's a regular decagon. If not, it's an irregular decagon.

Dodecagon A polygon which has 12 straight sides. A regular dodecagon has all 12 sides equal and all interior angles equal. An older word for dodecagon is duodecagon.

If the sides are all straight - an irregular polygon

There is no specific name for such a quadrilateral.

A parallelogram.

There is no specific name, except in the case of a triangle: scalene. You should not call it simply an irregular polygon, because a regular polygon implies that ALL sides are equal and ALL angles are equal. So a rhombus, where all four sides are equal, is still irregular.

A regular pentagon has 5 sides and all sides are equal. Therefore 2 of the sides are also equal.