Q: What makes the pentagon strong?

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No pentagon has six sides. By definition a pentagon has five sides only; having six makes it a hexagon.

Triangles are actually the strongest. If you have a square and put in the two diagonals, it will be strong. With a pentagon you would need 5 straws for the diagonals and it wouldn't be as strong.

nope because some sides go out and that makes the sides longer

It was named after a pentagon, it wasn't the 'Pentagon' that named the 'pentagon'.

Hexagon * * * * * A pentagon

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rather than doing squares or triangles make a pentagon or hexagon they are stronger.

A pentagon has 5 sides that makes 5 vertices.

No pentagon has six sides. By definition a pentagon has five sides only; having six makes it a hexagon.

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When a figure has 5 sides it is considered a pentagon. When a figure has 5 sides AND all the interior angles are 108 degrees then it is a regular pentagon.

A pentagon has five sides, any five-sided polygon. From the Greek number 5 (pente).

That would be a pentagon...

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Triangles are actually the strongest. If you have a square and put in the two diagonals, it will be strong. With a pentagon you would need 5 straws for the diagonals and it wouldn't be as strong.

A square a rectangle a pentagon a diamond or a triangle.

the food they eat makes them strong

the shell shape makes it strong.