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Q: A line between 2 vertices is called?

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A diagonal.

This is a diagonal line. The definition of a diagonal is a line that joins two nonconsecutive vertices or corners of a polygon.

To find the length of a line drawn between 2 vertices which are not next to each other, first draw a right triangle such that the line is the hypotenuse and the other two lines are drawn parallel to the x-axis and y-axis. Since the length of the other two lines are known, you can then calculate the hypotenuse to find the length of the line between the two vertices.

Faces + Vertices = Edges + 2 This is called Euler's formula. For example a cube has 8 vertices, 6 faces and 12 edges so: 6 + 8 = 12 + 2 14 = 14 The formula works.

No vertices (0). a heart shape is not a polygon shape, only polygon shapes have vertices.

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A line between 2 vertices in Graph theory is called an edge or an arc, although arc is usually used to denote a directed edge.

If between two adjacent vertices then in 2-dimensions it is a side, in 3-d and edge. If between non-adjacent vertices, a diagonal.

It is called a diagonal.

A diagonal

A diagonal.

This is a diagonal line. The definition of a diagonal is a line that joins two nonconsecutive vertices or corners of a polygon.

A diagonal.

I guess you mean "A line drawn between 2 vertices which are not next to each other?":The line is a diagonal.

A side. Diaganol.

Parelle

the answer is a parallelogram

A line connecting to non-adjacent vertices of a polygon is called a diagonal of the polygon. A triangle has no diagonals since each vertex is adjacent to the next. A quadrilateral has two diagonals.

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