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# What are the three rules of a polygon?

Updated: 4/28/2022

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the first rule of a polygon is that it must have straight lines to devolope its sides. the second rule of a polygon is that it must be enclosed with no openings. the last rule of a polygon is that it has to have at least three sides.

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