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Q: What is a figure with no line segments or no sides?

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a polygon

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a quadrilateral

A 5 sided pentagon

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A closed figure made up of line segments is called a polygon. The segments in a polygon are called sides or edges.

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Triangle

This is the description of a triangle.

A triangle is a geometric figure that is made of three line segments. It is a closed figure and has three angles.

a quadrilateral

A geometric figure that has three line segments for sides is a triangle. Rectangles and squares are made of four line segments, while a circle is made out of a pair of arcs.

A 5 sided pentagon

US DefinitionA trapezoid is a closed plane figure consisting of four line segments/sides; two of these line segments are parallel (but not equal in length) and two are nonparallel.(in the UK, this is called a trapezium)British DefinitionA trapezoid is a closed plane figure consisting of four line segments/sides; NONE of these line segments are parallel to any of the other line segments of the quadrilateral.(in the US this is just a quadrilateral)*(see the related links for images of trapezoids)