Q: What polygon has one more vertex than a triangle?

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A diagonal is normally defined as a straight line joining a vertex of a polygon with any vertex other than an adjoining vertex (lines joining a vertex to an adjoining vertex would simply be a side of the polygon). Since a triangle has only got adjoining vertices, it has no diagonals. Since there are no diagonals, they cannot bisect one another.

A polygon with 2 more side than a triangle is a 5 sided pentagon.

triangle * * * * * A triangle is NOT a 3d shape! A cube.

a pentagon

A polygon must have 3 or more sides as with a triangle for example

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1 vertex less than a hexagon is a pentagon. 2 angles more than a triangle is a pentagon.

A triangle has fewer than 4 vertices.

A polygon

A polygon.

A polygon with 2 more side than a triangle is a 5 sided pentagon.

A diagonal is normally defined as a straight line joining a vertex of a polygon with any vertex other than an adjoining vertex (lines joining a vertex to an adjoining vertex would simply be a side of the polygon). Since a triangle has only got adjoining vertices, it has no diagonals. Since there are no diagonals, they cannot bisect one another.

A triangle, for example.

triangle * * * * * A triangle is NOT a 3d shape! A cube.

yes it can it can be called a triangle and polygon

I think you mean corner and it's called a vertex. If you have more than one vertex they are called vertices.

A pentagon

A pentagon