Q: Can a quadralateral have more than four sides?

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A nonagon has nine sides and a pentagon has five, so four more sides....

No; the definition of a quadrilateral is a four-sided polygon, thus, it must have 4, and only 4, sides.

OK, SO a shape with fewer than four straight sides is a triangle, which has three (3) straight sides. Hope this helps! LOOPDOP says: A circle is a shape. And it has no straight sides..... isn't that "fewer"?

-- A trapezoid always has.-- Any polygon with more than four sides can have, but doesn't always.

A heptagon has 7 sides and a pentagon has 5 sides so a heptagon has 2 more sides than a pentagon

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No, four sides.

There is no special name that distinguishes shapes with more than four sides from shapes with four or fewer.

A shape with four sides has four vertices and a shape with three sides has three vertices, so a shape with four sides has more vertices than a shape with three sides.

A nonagon has nine sides and a pentagon has five, so four more sides....

Incorrect, a triangle will never have more or less than three sides.

no it is not a quadrangle because it has more than four sides

Any regular polygon with more than 4 sides with have all its corners (vertices) equal. Furthermore, an irregrular polygon with more than four sides can always have four equal vertices.

Polygon.

A square always has, and any polygon with more than four sides can have.

No; the definition of a quadrilateral is a four-sided polygon, thus, it must have 4, and only 4, sides.

A shape with more than four sides, but has four right angles. There is no name for it.

No a rhombus is a quadrilateral, meaning it has four sides. All the sides are equal in length to each other.