A polygon that has congruent sides and congruent angles is called a Regular polygon. If the number of sides is given, you can be more specific. Some examples: 3 congruent sides/angles = equilateral triangle 4 congruent sides/angles = square 5 congruent sides/angles = regular pentagon 6 congruent sides/angles = regular hexagon ...and so on, by adding "regular" in front of the shape's name.
Regular polygons have congruent sides and angles
A regular pentagon
No. The word congruent is not applied to sides or angles.
No. If you made a parallelogram with congruent sides it wouldn't necessarily have congruent angles. A square has to have congruent angles as well as congruent sides.
No it has 4 congruent angles and 2 sets of congruent sides
no, they have congruent angles
Corresponding sides and angles are not all congruent.
False. The angles will be congruent, but the sides not so.
A rhombus has 4 congruent sides, but it does not necessarily have 4 congruent angles.
Convex polygons with congruent sides and congruent angles are called regular polygons.