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A regular decagon has 10 equal sides.

A decagon is a shape that has ten sides. As long as the figure has ten sides to it, then it is a decagon.

A decagon.

None. A decagon is a 2-dimensional geometric figure and there are no events in it!

A decagon is a ten sided figure (usually a regular ten sided figure with all interior angles equal and all sides equal in length) A polygon is a closed planar figure bounded on all sides by straight lines. A polygon can have any number (greater than two) of sides.

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A decagon - if the sides are all equal, and the angles are all equal, it is a regular decagon.

Nothong. But a regular decagon is a closed plane figure bounded by ten straight sides of equal length and ten vertices of the same measure.

A regular decagon has 10 equal sides.

Any Polygon can be a regular figure, if the figure has all straight sides and edges, with all the same length. If the decagon had all straight edges, sides, and same lengths of sides, it would be a regular figure. Otherwise, it would not, and would be an irregular Decagon. * * * * * That is not a correct answer. Any polygon, by definition MUST have all straight sides (which are the same as edges). What makes a polygon regular is that all the sides are the same length AND that all the interior angles are the same measure. Both these conditions must be met.

A decagon is a shape that has ten sides. As long as the figure has ten sides to it, then it is a decagon.

There are no right angles in a regular decagon. On a regular decagon, the angles are 144 degrees, where as right angles are ninty.

Not necessarily.

No.

A decagon is a 10 sided polygon

decagon.

A decagon.

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