Q: Can you draw more figures with 3 sides or with 4 sides?

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More than 3 sides, closed figures, and, straight sides.

2 dimensional (plane) figures can have three or more straight edges as sides. 3 dimensional (solid) figures can have four or more plane sides (faces). They can have fewer sides if the sides are not straight.

Polygons are closed, two-dimensional figures that have 3 or more sides.

Did you try? Kind of obvious, isn't it? 3 sides and there has to be 3 angles, no more, no less.

Draw an isosceles triangle with sides 4, 4 and 3 Draw a square with sides 2 and 3/4

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More than 3 sides, closed figures, and, straight sides.

2 dimensional (plane) figures can have three or more straight edges as sides. 3 dimensional (solid) figures can have four or more plane sides (faces). They can have fewer sides if the sides are not straight.

Polygons are closed, two-dimensional figures that have 3 or more sides.

Did you try? Kind of obvious, isn't it? 3 sides and there has to be 3 angles, no more, no less.

Draw an isosceles triangle with sides 4, 4 and 3 Draw a square with sides 2 and 3/4

polygon: it refers to a figure that has closed sides and straight edges with more than 3 sides

They are two dimensional figures, have 3 or more sides, no curved lines, no intersecting lines, and are closed figures. (It's more than two but it still works)

draw 3 line segments connect the endpoint what figure is formed

Move to another universe. In this one if it has 3 sides it's a triangle.

square

An 8 and a 3

An equilateral triangle has sides and angles. There are 3 sides in any triangle. Edges are in three dimensional figures.