Q: What does not belong triangle square pentagon hexagon?

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An equilateral triangle, a square, a hexagon, a pentagon, a decagon, an octagon, the list goes on and on.

A polygon is any flat figure having three or more sides. For example - triangle, square, pentagon, hexagon, septagon...

We have the triangle (3-sided), square (or quadrilateral, 4-sided), pentagon (5-sided), hexagon (6-sided), heptagon (or septagon, 7-sided), octagon (8-sided), nonagon (9-sided) and decagon (10-sided) to get you started.

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Square

the type of shape is a square A Square, An Equalateral Triangle, A Cube, A Hexagon, A Pentagon, A DoDecaHedron, An Octogon, A Decagon. A Square, An Equalateral Triangle, A Cube, A Hexagon, A Pentagon, A DoDecaHedron, An Octogon, A Decagon. A Square, An Equalateral Triangle, A Cube, A Hexagon, A Pentagon, A DoDecaHedron, An Octogon, A Decagon.

All of them.

A hexagon or pentagon will have obtuse angles (greater than 90 degrees). A triangle has angles that are all less than 90 and a square has only 90.

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Triangle

as rectangle is to square I would say Rectangle is to Triangle. Because Hexagon-6sides, pentagon-5 sides, Rectangle-4 sides, triangle 3 sides. But that is just me :)

A straight line, a triangle, an octagon, a pentagon, a hexagon a square a rectangle a.........

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A square has 4 side, a pentagon has 5, and a hexagon has 6.

Triangle Square Pentagon Hexagon Octogon Rumbus etc lol