Q: What shape has less than 5 sides and all of its sides are equal?

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That's true of every rhombus with less than 4 right angles.Also, every polygon with more than four sides can have 4 equal ones,but doesn't need to.

The answer is irregular * * * * * That is not true. A rhombus is irregular but does have equal sides. Any shape with equal sides - other than an equilateral triangle - can be distorted so that its angles are not equal. That is enough to make it irregular, even though the sides remain of the same length. There is no specific name for such shapes.

A triangle has three sides, so a hexagon (a shape with six sides) would have three more sides than a triangle.

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A parallelogram that isn't a rhombus, rectangle, or square has. Any polygon with more than 4 sides could also have.

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Most shapes do not have equal sides. In nature, shapes with equal sides are the exception rather than the rule.

Hexagon

That's true of every rhombus with less than 4 right angles.Also, every polygon with more than four sides can have 4 equal ones,but doesn't need to.

it is a shape that has more than 5 sides the answer can be a hexagon pentagon octagon ect.

A triangle or a circle.

The answer is irregular * * * * * That is not true. A rhombus is irregular but does have equal sides. Any shape with equal sides - other than an equilateral triangle - can be distorted so that its angles are not equal. That is enough to make it irregular, even though the sides remain of the same length. There is no specific name for such shapes.

It has less than three sides.

pentagon

Pentagon.

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Any shape with more than 3 sides can have two pairs of equal sides and no right angles. If it only has 4 sides in total and isn't a parallelogram, then it's a trapezoid.

Common shapes with less than 4 sides are triangles and circles ( but the circle has no straight sides).