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Q: What is a segment that connects two no consecutive vertices of a figure?

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I believe it may be called a diagonal.

Maybe line segment.

You will get a smaller pentagon and it will be inverted relative to the original.

If you are a solid figure with no vertices or edges, then you are a Sphere.From the lighter side: And that means that we can no longer be friends...

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I believe it may be called a diagonal.

Maybe line segment.

Well a triangle has 3 sides and vertices.

You will get a smaller pentagon and it will be inverted relative to the original.

It has 8 vertices.

how does translation a figure vertically affect the coordinates of its vertices

A line that connects the midpoints of a figure is a midsegment.

A hexagon has more vertices.

If you are a solid figure with no vertices or edges, then you are a Sphere.From the lighter side: And that means that we can no longer be friends...

A pentagon?

None.

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