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Q: A closed geometric figure made up of three of more lines segments?

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Polygon. :)

A quadrilateral perhaps

If the lines are all in the same plane and they are all straight lines then it is a polygon. Otherwise it has no specific name.

A polygon is a generic term describing a closed plane figure bounded by 3 or more straight line segments. It need not have any perpendicular lines.

when you sketch you proportion a picture of something and a sketch is always black and white. When you draw you create a picture of something without proportioning it and you usually color it . When you construct a geometric figure you use straight lines to form a closed figure :)

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Polygon. :)

A quadrilateral perhaps

a closed figure with all straight line segments is called a polygon.

If they are straight lines then it is a polygon.

IF (and only if) the lines are al coplanar, then a polygon.

If the lines are all in the same plane and they are all straight lines then it is a polygon. Otherwise it has no specific name.

A closed geometric figure could be called a polylateral - but that is a very obscure word - or simply a polygon. Generally such a figure is referred to in terms of how many lines it is composed of: 3 = triangle 4= quadrilateral 5 = pentagon, etc.

when you sketch you proportion a picture of something and a sketch is always black and white. When you draw you create a picture of something without proportioning it and you usually color it . When you construct a geometric figure you use straight lines to form a closed figure :)

A polygon is a generic term describing a closed plane figure bounded by 3 or more straight line segments. It need not have any perpendicular lines.

If the question required that the lines were straight, then they would be polygons, but since the question does not, there is nothing that can be said about the figures.

It is a polygon that has three or more straight lines joined together at each vertex.

a figure