It is an equilateral polygon. It is not a regular polygon. For the polygon to be regular, it is not enough for the sides to be congruent: all the angles need to be congruent as well.
It would be an irregular polygon that has not congruent sides and angles
It's equilateral !!! A polygon with all sides congruent is equilateral.
It is called an irregular polygon. However, an irregular polygon can have congruent sides if all angles are not equal.
Not necessarily. A convex heptagon is a polygon but it need not have all sides and angles congruent.
A convex polygon with congruent sides and congruent angles is a regular polygon.Some regular pilgrims have specific names: Equilateral triangle and square
with all sides equal (congruent) AND all angles equal (congruent). In these circumstnces the adjective "convex" is redundant.
It could. If it is a regular polygon then all sides and angels are the same.
That doesn't have a special name. If all the angles are also congruent (and convex), then it is called a regular polygon.
That's a "regular" polygon. We're suspecting that if all of the sides are congruent, then that's enough to guarantee that the angles are also all equal.
Convex polygons with congruent sides and congruent angles are called regular polygons.
A polygon with five congruent sides is a pentagon.