Q: What are all regular polygons?

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Regular polygons are those polygons that are bothequilateral (all sides congruent) and equilateral (all interior angles congruent).

No only regular polygons have congruent angles.

regular polygons

Isolateral polygons. They need not be regular polygons. For example, a rhombus has all congruent sides but it is not a regular polygon.

almost all even number of sided polygons, regular has to be

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regular polygons are the ones that all sides are equal

all regular polygons

Regular polygons are those polygons that are bothequilateral (all sides congruent) and equilateral (all interior angles congruent).

Regular polygons have all sides equal in length but an irregular polygon does not have all sides equal.

This is false. The statement would be true for regular polygons, but not all polygons are regular.

Regular polygons are when all the sides are same length and all the angles are the same size. Irregular polygons are shapes where the sides are not all the same and the angles are different.

Regular polygons have all equal length sides and irregular polygons do not.

They are known as regular polygons.

No only regular polygons have congruent angles.

regular polygons

Isolateral polygons. They need not be regular polygons. For example, a rhombus has all congruent sides but it is not a regular polygon.

Yes, regular polygons will have all sides equal length, and all angles the same. If two polygons of the same number of sides are 'regular' then those two polygons will be similar (they may be scaled, for example).