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Q: What is a three sided polygon with two congruent sides?
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What is the name for a three-sided polygon where all three sides are congruent?

an equilateral triangle

Does a polygon have three sides?

A polygon can have any number of sides above three. The name of a three-sided polygon is a triangle.

A polygon with three sides is called what?

A three sided polygon is called a triangle.

Why is every three sided polygon a triangle?

because there is no other polygon that has three sides excpt a triangle!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

A three sided figure which has no congruent sides?

Isn't that an Isoceles Triangle?

What do you call a polygon with 2 equal sides?

There's no such thing as a two-sided polygon. In order for a shape to be a polygon, it has to have at least three sides.

What do you call a two sided triangle?

Triangles can't have two sides, but a triangle with three congruent sides is a equilateral or three congruent angles in a triangle is equilangular.

Is there such thing as a two sided-polygon?

No, polygons must have at least three sides.

How many sides and angles do a polygon have?

Polygon is a two dimensional figure that has three or more sides. Polygons are classified by their number of sides. Three sided is a triangle. A four sided figure is a quadrilateral. A five sided figure is a pentagon and so forth. The number of angles it has is equal to the number of sides.A polygon usaally has 5sides

What does a three sided polygon add up to?

Since a three sided polygon is another name for a triangle. We would use the formula of * (n - 2)180 = degrees of the polygon * n = number of sides of the polygon * (3(sides) - 2)180 * (1)180) * = 180o

What is an example of a polygon with three sides and only two of the sides are the same length?

A three-sided polygon is called a triangle. If two of the sides are of the same length, it is said to be an isosceles triangle.

Which polygon has three sides two angles and two congruent sides?

An isosceles triangle has 3 sides 2 of which are congruent and 3 interior angles 2 of which are equal in size

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