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Any regular polygon with more than 4 sides with have all its corners (vertices) equal. Furthermore, an irregrular polygon with more than four sides can always have four equal vertices.

Vertices are A shape with 4 corners many of this corners has a letter next to each of the four corners. Ex.) Name the vertices of a square, You would name the letters on the four corners.plural of vertex and the corner of a shape for instance a cube it has 8 vertexes!

4 faces, 4 vertices.

It could be any quadrilateral or a tertahedron.

A square has 4 vertices

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A triangle has fewer than 4 vertices.

Every polygon that is not a triabgle (3 vertices), quadrilateral (4 vertices) or pentagon (5 vertices) has more than 5 vertices.

Any regular polygon with more than 4 sides with have all its corners (vertices) equal. Furthermore, an irregrular polygon with more than four sides can always have four equal vertices.

The answer is "n" If the polygon has 3 sides, it also has a Vertices (points) if it has 4, it has 4 Vertices 5 it has 5 etc etc...

It is a quadrilateral.

A tetrahedron, assuming the four vertices are not coplanar.

triangular pyramid

Hexagons have more than 5 verticies. Not pentagons because they have exactly 5 verticies. not a quadrilateral because that has 4 vertices. not a triangle because it has 3 vertices but left down to Hexagon which has 6 vertices .

It is a square or a rectangle

The common endpoint of two sides of a polygon is called the vertex. Polygons have different numbers of vertices depending on the particular shape of the polygon. For example, a pentagon will have five vertices, and a rectangle will have 4 vertices.

The common endpoint of two sides of a polygon is called the vertex. Polygons have different numbers of vertices depending on the particular shape of the polygon. For example, a pentagon will have five vertices, and a rectangle will have 4 vertices.

A polygon with 4 sides has 4 angles. All polyhedra have at least 4 vertices so I cannot think of any shape that meets the requirements.

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