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Q: Names and pictures of quadrilaterals and other polygons?

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They are called polygons

Quadrilaterals, Parallelogram,

Quadrilaterals do not bisect each other. They could in special cases. In parallelograms (types of quadrilaterals), the diagonals bisect each other.

there are several names for rhombus quadrilaterals. rhombus quadrilateral is the main name of a rhombus quadrilateral. some other names arent very similar to this name but can still describe it.

A parallelogram a rectangle a square and a rhombus

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Most triangles, quadrilaterals, and other polygons with five or more sides; most closed shapes with curved sides.Most triangles, quadrilaterals, and other polygons with five or more sides; most closed shapes with curved sides.Most triangles, quadrilaterals, and other polygons with five or more sides; most closed shapes with curved sides.Most triangles, quadrilaterals, and other polygons with five or more sides; most closed shapes with curved sides.

Potential answers: shapes, polygons, quadrilaterals [four-sided polygons], parallelograms [quadrilaterals with opposite sides of the same length and parallel to each other].

No. Quadrilaterals are polygons, but so are many other shapes.

They are called polygons

Quadrilaterals, Parallelogram,

For regular polygons, the interior angle must be a factor of 360 degrees.Irregular triangles and quadrilaterals (whose angle sums are factors of 360 degrees) will tessellate. For other polygons, I am not aware of any simple rule.For regular polygons, the interior angle must be a factor of 360 degrees.Irregular triangles and quadrilaterals (whose angle sums are factors of 360 degrees) will tessellate. For other polygons, I am not aware of any simple rule.For regular polygons, the interior angle must be a factor of 360 degrees.Irregular triangles and quadrilaterals (whose angle sums are factors of 360 degrees) will tessellate. For other polygons, I am not aware of any simple rule.For regular polygons, the interior angle must be a factor of 360 degrees.Irregular triangles and quadrilaterals (whose angle sums are factors of 360 degrees) will tessellate. For other polygons, I am not aware of any simple rule.

Polygons that when joined together leaving no gaps or overlaps are said to tessellate with each other such as triangles, 4 sided quadrilaterals and hexagons to name but a few.

The answer depends on the shape. There are different formulae for triangles, quadrilaterals and other polygons. Since you have not bothered to provide any information on the shape,I cannot provide a more useful answer.The answer depends on the shape. There are different formulae for triangles, quadrilaterals and other polygons. Since you have not bothered to provide any information on the shape,I cannot provide a more useful answer.The answer depends on the shape. There are different formulae for triangles, quadrilaterals and other polygons. Since you have not bothered to provide any information on the shape,I cannot provide a more useful answer.The answer depends on the shape. There are different formulae for triangles, quadrilaterals and other polygons. Since you have not bothered to provide any information on the shape,I cannot provide a more useful answer.

A circle, ellipse, and also a triangle, pentagon, hexagon etc - in fact all polygons other than quadrilaterals.

they came from how many sides are on the polygon

Quadrilateral * * * * * Nonsense. Most quadrilaterals are not parallelograms.

It depends on the pyramid. Common bases are a triangle and a square but other quadrilaterals and polygons with more than 4 sides are also possible.

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