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# A polygon is a solid bounded by the polygonal regions formed by intersecting planes.?

Updated: 9/10/2022

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7y ago

true

Brenden Bosco

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2y ago

Ethangoody

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2y ago
Not true

Shimmy Shai

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1y ago
This is simply false: a polygon is a plane figure, not a solid - so there is no other need to consider the rest of the assertion.

yug bardiya

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1y ago
true

Shimmy Shai

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1y ago

This is not true, because a polygon is not a solid, but a plane figure.

lenpollock

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1y ago

Wrong!!!! A polygon is NOT a solid figure. It is a plane figure of three or more sides.

K. Kavika mihisara

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1y ago

Yes That Is True

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