A polygon with 5 sides/vertices is called a pentagon.
Every polygon that is not a triabgle (3 vertices), quadrilateral (4 vertices) or pentagon (5 vertices) has more than 5 vertices.
Hexagons have more than 5 verticies. Not pentagons because they have exactly 5 verticies. not a quadrilateral because that has 4 vertices. not a triangle because it has 3 vertices but left down to Hexagon which has 6 vertices .
The answer is "n" If the polygon has 3 sides, it also has a Vertices (points) if it has 4, it has 4 Vertices 5 it has 5 etc etc...
A polygon can have three or more edges and exactly the same number of vertices. All polygons have one face.
It is a regular pentagon that has 5 equal sides and 5 vertices.
its called a pentagon
The vertices are the "points" of a polygon.
A pentagon is a polygon that has 5 sides, 5 vertices and a flat face