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A polynomial of degree zero is a constant term

The grouping method of factoring can still be used when only some of the terms share a common factor A True B False

The sum or difference of p and q is the of the x-term in the trinomial

A number a power of a variable or a product of the two is a monomial while a polynomial is the of monomials

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Q: Do all shapes have the same amount of sides as they have corners?
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What is the same about a rectangle and square?

They are both shapes. they are both a quadrilateral. 4 corners and 4 sides.

What 2 shapes have the same amount of corners?

A square and rectangle are two of them out of many many more

Are sides and verticies the same?

no because vertices is just another word for 'corners' and you know that sides are not the same as corners.

What two shapes have the same numbers of corners?

How many corners does an octagon have?

An octagon has the same number of corners as sides. So, an octagon which has 8 sides has 8 corners.

What are irrgular and reuular shapes?

If you mean 'Irregular' and 'Regular shapes' then this is the answer. A regular shape is a shape that has E.g. 4 sides that are the same length but and irregular shape is one that has the same amount of sides, just different lengths.

How are regular and irregular shapes the same?

Regular shapes:all sides and angles are the same Irregular shapes: different angle and sides

What two shapes have the same number of corners?

rectangular prism and cube

What have same sides and same shape?

Same shapes, probably.

How many does octagon corner have?

An octagon has the same number of corners as sides. So, an octagon which has 8 sides has 8 corners.

Are regular shapes shapes with all the same angles and sides?


What is the difference between a face of a shape and the side of the shape?

None. They are the same thing. To the Above Answer: In some shapes. In others like the octagon, the face is round (what is facing you) and the sides, where the corners are, are straight (what outlines the face, creating the shape). So... Face = what is facing you, Sides = Where the "corners" are.

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