Q: What is the name of each endpoint of the sides of a polygon called?

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Every side of a polygon shares endpoints, one each with the two sides next to it.

No, A polygon is a closed geometric figure whose sides are nothing more than line segments. Each corner of a polygon where two sides intersect is called a vertex of the polygon.

A regular polygon has equal lengths of each side, AND the same angle between each of the sides. A Square is a polygon, an equilateral triangle is a polygon, a pentagon is a five - sided polygon, and so on.

draw an example of each polygon

Since the sum of the n central angles (where n is also the number of sides) of a regular polygon is 360 degrees, then our polygon has 9 sides (360/40) and it is called a nonagon.

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Every side of a polygon shares endpoints, one each with the two sides next to it.

Each point of a polygon at which two sides intersect is called VERTEX

A point that two sides of a polygon have in common is called a vertex. Each regular polygon has an equal number of sides as vertices.

No, A polygon is a closed geometric figure whose sides are nothing more than line segments. Each corner of a polygon where two sides intersect is called a vertex of the polygon.

When two sides of a polygon meet they meet at a point called a vertex. If it's two lines that intersect each other and keep going it is called a transversal.

A regular polygon has equal lengths of each side, AND the same angle between each of the sides. A Square is a polygon, an equilateral triangle is a polygon, a pentagon is a five - sided polygon, and so on.

A regular hexagon is a polygon with 6 equal sides and 6 interior angles, each angle is 120o.

Each interior angle of the polygon is 150 degrees. Each exterior angle of the polygon is 180-150= 30 degrees. Number of sides of this polygon is 360/30 12. Hence , number of sides are 12.

15 sides

180 sides!

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The perimeter of a polygon is the sum of the length of each of its sides. If the polygon is a regular polygon the you can calculate the perimeter as [number of sides] *[the length of one side]