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Q: What polygon has four sides and no two sides are the same?

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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.

rectangle

A square is a four-sided polygon with two congruent parallel sides.

A polygon.

A kite is a four-sided polygon with two pairs of congruent adjacent sides.

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An isosceles trapezoid has 2 sides that are the same length.

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.

rectangle

A square is a four-sided polygon with two congruent parallel sides.

A polygon.

A right trapezoid is a four-sided polygon with two right angles and two parallel sides.

A kite is a four-sided polygon with two pairs of congruent adjacent sides.

A polygon with three vertices and three sides is a triangle. A polygon with four vertices and four sides is a quadrilateral.

a prism

A polygon with two equal sides!

That would have to be a trapezoid

A three-sided polygon is called a triangle. If two of the sides are of the same length, it is said to be an isosceles triangle.

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