A regular polygon has equal angles AND sides.
A polygon whose sides are not equal is known as an irregular polygon. A regular polygon has equal sides and angles.
A rhombus has four equal sides but not necessarily equal angles. but tht is all i got
It is a dodecagon. While it is irregular, so is a dodecagon with equal sides but unequal angles, so "irregular" is not enough.
The prefix for the word 'equal' is-: 'un'- which makes 'UNEQUAL'
The question is somewhat ambiguous.If you mean a polygon in which the number of sides is not equal to the number of vertices, the answer is NO, there cannot be such a polygon.If, however, the question is whether there is a polygon in which not all the sides are equal and not all the angles are equal, then the answer is YES, the vast majority of polygons are of this type.
A regular polygon (a closed plane figure of straight lines) has all equal angles and all equal side lengths. For example, a square is a regular quadrilateral, because it's four edges are all the same length, and it's angles are all equal (90 degrees). A regular triangle is an equilateral triangle.An irregular polygon does not have equal sides and angles. N.B to be regular, a polygon must have both equal sides and equal angles. If a polygon has equal sides but unequal angles it is not a regular polygon.
A polygon that has 10 sides that are not all equal* * * * *Got the right idea but wrong in the detail. It is a polygon with ten sides in whicheither at least two sides are unequal, orto angles are unequal.Thus a polygon with ten equal sides, and 9 equal angles but the tenth angle being different, would be irregular.
It can be regular or irregular. A hexagon is simply defined as a six-sided polygon, regardless of whether its sides and angles are equal or unequal.