Q: Is a regular polygon always equiangular?

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Yes, by definition. If it not equilateral AND equiangular, then it is not regular.

The term regular polygon is almost always used to refer to a polygon that has equal interior angles and equal side lengths. In that light, the equiangular polygon and a regular polygon are the same thing.

Regular polygon is equilateral and equiangular. Irregular polygon is non-equilateral and non-equiangular.

It is a regular polygon

A rectangle, for example.

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A regular polygon is always equiangular.

Yes, by definition. If it not equilateral AND equiangular, then it is not regular.

The term regular polygon is almost always used to refer to a polygon that has equal interior angles and equal side lengths. In that light, the equiangular polygon and a regular polygon are the same thing.

No figure other than a regular polygon is ever equiangular.

Regular polygon is equilateral and equiangular. Irregular polygon is non-equilateral and non-equiangular.

A regular polygon must be equiangular as well as equilateral. A rhombus is an example of a polygon that is equilateral but not equiangular.

regular polygon ^____^

A rectangle, for example.

It is a regular polygon

All regular polygons are equiangular because their side lengths are equal.

Yes

A regular polygon is any polygon that has sides which are the same length and angles whose measures are equal. An equilateral triangle (also equiangular triangle) is a regular polygon. Other isosceles triangles (equilateral triangles are isosceles, but they are an exception) and scalene triangles are not regular polygons. A side note: Only in a triangle is a polygon regular solely if it is equilateral. (Since an equilateral triangle is equiangular as well). This is NOT always true in other polygons, like quadrilaterals, where it can be equilateral but not necessarily equiangular (a rhombus) or equiangular but not equilateral (a rectangle).