Q: What is a polygon with all sides of equal length?

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A square?

A rhombus is a quadrilateral polygon with four sides of all equal length.

AnswerA polygon with all sides equal, which is the same as a polygon with all the angles equal, is called a equilateral polygon. not a regular FALSE

A regular polygon requires all sides to be the same length; in a rectangle not all four sides are the same length (they form two pairs of sides of equal length) and so it is not a regular polygon.

A regular polygon has all equal interior angles and all equal sides of the same length

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A square?

A rhombus is a quadrilateral polygon with four sides of all equal length.

That is called a regular polygon.

It can be if all the sides are of equal length.

AnswerA polygon with all sides equal, which is the same as a polygon with all the angles equal, is called a equilateral polygon. not a regular FALSE

A square.

A regular polygon requires all sides to be the same length; in a rectangle not all four sides are the same length (they form two pairs of sides of equal length) and so it is not a regular polygon.

This is a tautological question that does not have a proper answer. A regular polygon is one which has all its sides of equal length and all its interior angles of equal measure.

No. A regular polygon has equal length sides and all the angles are equal. A rhombus has equal length sides, but only the opposite angles are equal. Since all the angles are not equal, the rhombus is not a regular polygon and is known as an irregular polygon.

A regular polygon has all equal interior angles and all equal sides of the same length

A regular polygon has all sides equal length, and all of the angles are equal.