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Q: A simple closed figure formed by 3 or more line segments?

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A simple closed figure formed by three or more segments is called a polygon. Regardless of how many sides a polygon has, all polygons will have as many vertices as it has sides.

If they are straight lines then it is a polygon.

no, but an eight sided figure you could use is an octagon. a figure 8 may be a figure and closed but, it has no sides and no line segments.

a polygon

It is called its perimeter.

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A triangle.

A polygon, but only if all the line segments are coplanar.

A simple closed figure formed by three or more segments is called a polygon. Regardless of how many sides a polygon has, all polygons will have as many vertices as it has sides.

If they are straight lines then it is a polygon.

no, but an eight sided figure you could use is an octagon. a figure 8 may be a figure and closed but, it has no sides and no line segments.

polygon

A polygon

a polygon

It is called its perimeter.

It is a polygon that fits the given description.

A simple closed figure formed by line segments joined together. The point where the sides meet is called the vertex (vertices, plural). A regular polygon is formed when all the sides are equal. Polygons are named by the number of sides and angles they contain.

Yes. A simple closed figure is counted as a polygon for a polygon is closed.

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