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Any polygon is.

Any closed polygon could be made using the descriptions above.

Triangle: A figure formed by exactly three (non-colinear) points joined by line segments is a triangle. A figure formed by three or more points is generally called a polygon. Of course, if all of the points are co-linear then there is not much of a figure. A polygon has 3 or more sides.

Polyhedra (singular: polyhedron)

Cylinder - a solid figure formed by two congruent parallel circles joined by a curved surface.

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Any polygon is.

Well a triangle has 3 sides and vertices.

right angle

Any closed polygon could be made using the descriptions above.

You may be fishing for "polygon", but I thinksomething in your description has gang aglae.

12 of then but if they are joined together in the form of a 6 sided hexagon then 6 endpoints are needed.

A plane is made up of an infinite number of sides (lines) that are joined at endpoints. This creates a flat surface that extends infinitely in all directions. Each side of a plane is defined by two points.

This shape is called a lens, a biconvex shape comprising two circular arcs, joined at their endpoints. Loosely, it could be said to be an ellipse.

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Triangle: A figure formed by exactly three (non-colinear) points joined by line segments is a triangle. A figure formed by three or more points is generally called a polygon. Of course, if all of the points are co-linear then there is not much of a figure. A polygon has 3 or more sides.

A triangle ?

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