No, pentagons to not have right angles.
Yes providing that they are regular 5 sided pentagons otherwise no if they are irregular pentagons
No, it is true of all pentagons.
Regular pentagons do.
A shape with 5 angles has 5 sides, always. Pentagons have 5 sides, and 5 angles.
acute, with each as 72 degrees
Two pentagons that have corresponding angles congruent. First equals the first, second equals the second and so forth.
A 5 sided pentagon has 5 interior angles that add up to 540 degrees
Well, pentagons that tile a plane need to have angles and side lengths that have one or more in the shape.
no, pentagons don't have parallel sides or right angles.
An acute angle measures 87 degrees
Jasmine drew 2 pentagons Compare the 2 pentagons that Jasmine drew. Tell how they are alike, and identify three ways that they are different.
Pentagons do not have to be regular. Elongating one side will skew two angles and make them non congruent with the other three, creating an irregular polygon.
All pentagons have five sides.
Exterior angles of a 6 sided hexagon add up to 360 degrees and its interior angles add up to 720 degrees.
It depends on how they are classified. They can have 1 to 4 acute angles, they can have 1 to 4 right angles, they can have 1 to 5 obtuse angles. The individual values of the angles will generate different pentagons. They can be regular or irregular. They can be convex or concave.
Pentagons are 5 sided shapes that have 5 angles and 1of them equal 108 degrees
Yes they are. All ten angles are 54 degrees.
Yes, because they will have 5 equal sides and 5 equal angles