A polygon with 9 vertices is a nonagon.
Vertices are the points where edges meet and form an angle.
its somthing that's in math * * * * * Given that the question asked what it meant in MATH terms, the answer is extremely illuminating! A vertex (plural vertices), is a point where two or more lines (edges) of a shape meet. A more common word for vertex is corner.
Vertices are the points on any shape. For example, A 2-dimentional square has 4 vertices.
Edges are the lines that connect the vertices. The vertices are the actual points where the edges meet.
EdgesGeometric vertices are the corners of mathematical objects such as cubes.In trigonometry, vertices are the corners of an angle.
Vertices are points in a solid, or 3-D figure, where edges meet.
There is no such word in maths (or math, if you prefer). There are vertices and verticals. They mean different things so find out which one you want and re-submit your question.
Vertices are on a shape when two sides meet up and create a corner. For example, a square has 4 vertices, a tringle has 3 vertices, a circle has no vertices. (singular is 'vertex').
Vertices = Corners
5 faces 5 vertices 8 edges .....do the math ;)