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Any shape can be made infinitley small from a mathematical viewpoint.

Q: What is the smallest polygon?

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60 degrees, for an equilateral triangle, is the smallest interior angle.

It is impossible to create a 2D shape using only 2 straight lines. The smallest polygon has 3 sides - a triangle.

Yes. A polygon is by definition a shape enclosed by multiple sides - the smallest number of sides that enclose an area is three.

Not possible in this Universe. Smallest regular polygon is a triangle when interior angles are 60o. If exterior angles are 30o the polygon has 360/30 ie 12 sides.

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60 degrees, for an equilateral triangle, is the smallest interior angle.

No regular polygon has 160. The "smallest" polygon is the triangle, which has 180o. ^^FALSE!!!!!!! this polygon has 18 sides!

A pentagon: 5 sides.

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The fewer the number of sides that a polygon has, the higher the surface area to volume ratio. This increases until the polygon has an infinite number of sides, or has become a perfect sphere, when the ratio is the smallest.

If an interior angle is 40 degrees, the polygon must be irregular since the smallest angle for a regular polygon is 60 degrees. Since it is irregular, the polygon can have any number of sides.

Yes. A polygon is by definition a shape enclosed by multiple sides - the smallest number of sides that enclose an area is three.

It is impossible to create a 2D shape using only 2 straight lines. The smallest polygon has 3 sides - a triangle.

There is no such thing, the smallest amount of sides a shape can have is 3 (Triangle).

It cannot be a regular polygon with interior angles of 24 degrees since the smallest interior angle in a regular polygon is 60 degrees. If it is an irregular polygon, then any one of them, with 3 or more sides, can have an angle of 24 degrees.