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A regular polygon will tile it if its internal angle divides 360 degrees.

Q: How can you tell if a polygon will tile plane?

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Not always

Not by itself.

A polygon (or any other plane shape) is convex if you take any two points inside it (or on its boundary) then the line joining those points is wholly inside (or on the boundary of) the polygon.

No.

No, but a pentagon is a polygon. A polygon is a plane shape with 3 or more straight sides.

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Not always

Not by itself.

Polygon

A polygon (or any other plane shape) is convex if you take any two points inside it (or on its boundary) then the line joining those points is wholly inside (or on the boundary of) the polygon.

no

No.

No, but a pentagon is a polygon. A polygon is a plane shape with 3 or more straight sides.

It has a curved surface.

The question is based on a complete misunderstanding of what a polygon is. A plane figure is not necessarily a polygon. The following are some examples of plane figures which are not polygons:a straight linea curvean anglea circlean ellipsea parabola.

It can, by itself.

a polygon a polygon * * * * * No it is not! If the line is in that plane then it is the whole line. If not, it is a single point.

Yes it can tile. * * * * * No, they cannot.