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Q: A pentagon has how many angles and parallel sides?

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a pentagon has no parallel sides

It depends on the pentagon. If it is regular, then there are no parallel sides.

A pentagon has five sides and thus five angles.

A pentagon has no parallel sides.

a pentagon has 5 sides.

None, for a regular pentagon. Not all pentagons are necessarily regular (all sides and angles the same). You can make a pentagon with 2 pairs of parallel lines. Take a square, and cut off one corner. Now you have a 5-sided polygon (pentagon) with 2 pairs of parallel sides.

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A pentagon has 5 sides and 5 angles.

5 sides and 5 angles

A pentagon has 5 sides and 5 interior angles that add up to 540 degrees

It can have none, one or two pairs of parallel sides.

It can have none, one or two pairs of parallel sides.

Pentagon has 5 sides. There are 5 interior angles measuring 108°.

A pentagon has five angles and five sides. The interior angles of a regular pentagon add up to 540 degrees.

A pentagon has five angles and five sides. The interior angles of a regular pentagon add up to 540 degrees.

A pentagon by definition has 5 sides.

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It has no parallel sides

five sides and five angles

A regular pentagon does not have any parallel sides. In contrast, a pentagonal prism has two parallel and congruent bases.

The question does not say how many sides in all and so is impossible to answer. An irregular pentagon is one possibility.

A pentagon consists of 5 bases and 5 angles.

a undecagon has eleven sides and angles.

a pentagon has 5 sides total, and no parallel sides. A hexagon has 6 sides, so it has 3 parallel sides. any shape with an odd number of equal sides has 0 parallel sides, no matter how many sides it has. every shape with an even number of equal sides will have the # of sides divided by 2 (#/2) of parallel sides.

None normally in a regular 5 sided pentagon but it is possible to construct an irregular pentagon with a pair of parallel sides.