Q: If a Polygon has odd number of angles angles cannot be congruent?

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Any regular polygon. There are an infinite number of them.

That depends on the how many sides the figure or polygon has but they both will have the number of equal angles

Any polygon with an even number of sides (vertices) in which at least one pair of opposite angles are of the same measure.

Any regular polygon with an even number of sides will have opposite angles of equal measure.

a congruent shape HAS TO HAVE ALL CONGRUENT ANGLES OR IT WOULDNT BE A CONGRUENT sHAPE

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A polygon that has congruent sides and congruent angles is called a Regular polygon. If the number of sides is given, you can be more specific. Some examples: 3 congruent sides/angles = equilateral triangle 4 congruent sides/angles = square 5 congruent sides/angles = regular pentagon 6 congruent sides/angles = regular hexagon ...and so on, by adding "regular" in front of the shape's name.

Any regular polygon. There are an infinite number of them.

A polygon has sides A polygon can have any number of side A polygon can not be curved so a circle is not a polygon Regular Polygon Has congruent sides and angles Has lines of symmetry Irregular Polygon Doesn't have any equal sides or angles Doesn't have any lines of symmetry

That depends on the how many sides the figure or polygon has but they both will have the number of equal angles

Each interior angle = sum of angles/number of sides

No it is not. On a number of counts.A polygon is an enclosed plane area whose boundaries comprise straight lines. It is, therefore, a 2-dimensional object and so does not have faces. If you meant sides instead, the answer is still NO. If all the sides and and angles are congruent then the polygon MUST be convex.

Any polygon with an even number of sides (vertices) in which at least one pair of opposite angles are of the same measure.

Any regular polygon with an even number of sides will have opposite angles of equal measure.

a congruent shape HAS TO HAVE ALL CONGRUENT ANGLES OR IT WOULDNT BE A CONGRUENT sHAPE

Add the length of all sides. A regular polygon is a polygon where all sides and angles are congruent, so a shortcut is to know the length of one side and multiply it by the number of sides.

A polygon has the same number of sides and angles.

i don't really get the "same number of sides" ----- the angles of a polygon are the same with other angles within the polygon, if it is a regular polygon, and there a formula for getting the total sum of angles which is 180X(N-2) where N is the number of sides.