No, for a polygon to be regular it must have equal side lengths and angles.
An apothem is a line segment from the center of a regular polygon to the midpoint of a side.
That is called the apothem. The definition is: An Apothem is the distance from the center of a regular polygon to the midpoint of a side
The term regular polygon is almost always used to refer to a polygon that has equal interior angles and equal side lengths. In that light, the equiangular polygon and a regular polygon are the same thing.
A regular polygon is one whose angle measurements are all equal and side lengths are all equal. === ===
It's a "regular" polygon.
Yes, an equilateral triangle can be a regular polygon because it has three equal sides and three equal interior angles.
There are only three regular polygons which can make a regular tessellation?