All of the angles are equal in a "regular" polygon. (All of the sides are too.)
15 equal sides
A regular polygon has equal angles AND sides.
Not only can a regular polygon have equal angles and sides, it must have them.
It is then called a regular polygon when all angles and sides are of equal values.
A polygon with four equal angles and sides is a square.
A polygon with sides of equal length and equal angles is termed a regular polygon.
It will have 4 sides which could be a square or a rectangle
A regular polygon has equal sides in length and angles.
A regular polygon
A Regular Polygon.
A REGULAR Polygon.
An equilateral triangle.
A regular polygon.
A polygon with 6 equal sides and angles is called a hexagon.
A rhombus has four sides of equal lengths. So it is an equilateral polygon. But it is not an equiangular. It's angles are not equal in measure.
A regular polygon like an equilateral triangle.
A polygon has 3 or more sides and is called regular when all sides and angles are equal and it is irregular when its sides and angles are not equal.
If a polygon's sides are all of equal length, it is known as a regular polygon. (The measure of each of its angles will be the same as well)
A regular hexagon which has 6 equal sides and 6 equal angles.
That would be a square. a square polygon does.
Polygons have an equal number of sides and angles.
The question is not sufficiently well defined: the answer depends on same as WHAT! A polygon with the same sides and angle measurements as the corresponding sides and angles of another polygon is a congruent polygon. A polygon in which all the sides are the same length and all the angles are of equal measure is a regular polygon.