No, a circle is not a polygon
An inscribed circle.
If a parallelogram is inscribed in a circle then it must be a cyclic quadrilateral.
The radius of a circle inscribed in a regular hexagon equals the length of one side of the hexagon.
It is called incenter
A circle with a polygon in it An inscribed polygon is any polygon that can fit within a specific curve or circle.
circumscribed means the polygon is drawn around a circle, and inscribed means the polygon is drawn inside the circle. See related links below for polygon circumscribed about a circle and polygon inscribed in a circle.
the circle is inscribed in the polygon
I assume you mean a polygon inscribed in a circle. It is regular if all its sides and angles are equal.
usually a polygon
the circle is inscribed in the polygon :]
Nothing particular. One of the properties of regular polygons - however many sides - is that it can have a circle inscribed in it.
The circle has a smaller area than the polygon.
Inscribed polygon, since it is inside the circle.