Q: Why aren't fingers equal lengths?

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No.A regular polygon has equal side lengths and equal angles.

A square's sides have equal lengths, and an equilateral triangle's sides also have equal lengths.

It is a scalene triangle that has three different lengths and no angles are equal in size.

A rhombus has 4 sides of equal lengths

The area of an octagon with corresponding side lengths equal to 218 is about 229,466.2 units2

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depending if its octagon regular, or irregular (sides arent equal angles arent equal

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No, for a polygon to be regular it must have equal side lengths and angles.

No.A regular polygon has equal side lengths and equal angles.

A rectangle has four sides with two equal lengths.

Yes

It is a scalene triangle that has three different lengths and no angles are equal in size.

A square's sides have equal lengths, and an equilateral triangle's sides also have equal lengths.

A rhombus has 4 sides of equal lengths

Its keys are different lengths of flat metal which are plucked with the fingers

No only their opposite are sides equal in lengths but a square and a rhombus has 4 sides of equal lengths

The area of an octagon with corresponding side lengths equal to 218 is about 229,466.2 units2