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Yes they are. All ten angles are 54 degrees.

An object with 2 congruent pentagons at opposite ends connected with 5 rectangles is a pentagonal prism.

It is the total number of edges divided by 2. This is because a seam connects to edges. There are a total of 32 shapes on a soccer ball with 12 pentagons. There are 12 pentagons and 20 hexagons. Here are the calculations: (12*5/2)+(20*6/2)=180/2=90 So there are 90 seams on a soccer ball with 12 pentagons.

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A pentagonal prism.

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NO! Only REGULAR Pentagons. All equilateral triangles are similar!!!

No. But if you restrict yourself to regular pentagons, then all regular pentagons are similar.

If they are congruent they must be similar.

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No, similar pentagons (or any polygon for that matter) must have corresponding congruent angles and all sides must be proportional to its corresponding sides. For example, if a square with a triangle on it is a pentagon, then a regular pentagon would not be similar to it (because corresponding angles are not congruent).

Jasmine drew 2 pentagons Compare the 2 pentagons that Jasmine drew. Tell how they are alike, and identify three ways that they are different.

Yes they are. All ten angles are 54 degrees.

Yes, because they will have 5 equal sides and 5 equal angles

An object with 2 congruent pentagons at opposite ends connected with 5 rectangles is a pentagonal prism.

It is the total number of edges divided by 2. This is because a seam connects to edges. There are a total of 32 shapes on a soccer ball with 12 pentagons. There are 12 pentagons and 20 hexagons. Here are the calculations: (12*5/2)+(20*6/2)=180/2=90 So there are 90 seams on a soccer ball with 12 pentagons.

A heptagon has seven sides and a pentagon has five. So 2 heptagons and 2 pentagons have 2*7 + 2*5 = 14 + 10 = 24 sides altogether.

No, pentagons to not have right angles.

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