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A regular pentagon is convex. By taking a regular pentagon and shortening or lengthening one or more sides, an infinite number of possible convex pentagons can be created.

A convex polygon is defined as a polygon such that all internal angles are less than or equal to 180 degrees, and a line segment drawn between any two vertices remains inside the polygon.

It is possible to have non-convex (concave) pentagons; there are infinite number possible ways to do this, too.

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โˆ™ 2012-09-08 21:31:58
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โˆ™ 2011-11-12 00:37:00

A regular pentagon is convex. Irregular pentagons can be convex or not.

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โˆ™ 2011-11-12 06:06:46

A REGULAR pentagon is.

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