Q: What is a polygon with 4 sides no two of which need to be the same size?

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A regular polygon is one that has all congruent sides ANDall equal inside angles.A rhombus doesn't qualify. All of its sides are the same length, but it's anglesare not all the same size.

A pyramid has a based that is a polygon such as a triangle or rectangle. The other sides of a pyramid consist of triangles, which are usually the same size.

gghg a regular polygon has a 32 sides. calculate the size of each interior angle.

Yes, because if a regular polygon is turned around a specific point (the angle of rotation) and matches up again, it has rotation symmetry. For example, a hexagon is a regular polygon with six sides. All sides are the same length and the same size. When you turn it around the angle of rotation, it matches with the next side. Therefore, all regular polygons have rotational symmetry. Hope this helps!

Exterior angles are 7.5 There are 48 sides.

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"...need to be the same SIZE?" Quadrilateral (including trapezium).

An isosceles trapezoid has 2 sides that are the same length.

square

it depends on the size of the polygon. you have provided no information as to the size of the sides. if it is a regular polygon (all the sides the same length) multiply one side by 6 - the same as adding up al 6 sides

Yes,all of the sides of a polygon are the same shape.

A quadrilateral

'Regular' means that all the sides on the polygon are the same length and all angles are the same size. On an irregular polygon, the sides can be different lengths and angles can be different sizes.

It is a general polygon. Unlike with triangles, there is no special name for such a shape.

A square.

A regular polygon is one that has all congruent sides ANDall equal inside angles.A rhombus doesn't qualify. All of its sides are the same length, but it's anglesare not all the same size.

Yes if each of its 5 sides are the same size

The regular polygon is congruent