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1 What is a polygon? a closed figure made through joining heat segmentsEach heat segment intersects specifically two others. Heat segments execute not intersect *All images are either original artwork or are offered with permission native Microsoft Word and Microsoft Online style Gallery.

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2 Are these numbers polygons?yes no correctly no

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3 What is a regular polygon?A continuous polygon is a polygon who sides are all the exact same length and whose angles are all the same.

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4 These room not examples of constant polygons.

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The sides are not all the exact same length. The angles are not all the same.

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5 Let’s look in ~ some various kinds that polygons.triangle What is a three-sided polygon?

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6 Polygons parallelogramWhat is a four-sided number whose the opposite sides are parallel?

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7 polygon rectangle What is a four-sided polygon who sides and angles room all the same?

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8 polygons square What is a parallelogram or rectangle with 4 equal sides and also angles?

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9 polygon rhombus What is a parallel whose sides space all the same length?

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10 polygons trapezoid What is a four-sided polygon having precisely one pair that parallel lines?

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11 polygons pentagon What is a five-sided polygon?

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12 polygon hexagon What is a six-sided pentagon?

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13 polygon heptagon What is a seven-sided pentagon?

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14 polygons octagon What is one eight-sided pentagon?

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15 Let’s testimonial the polygon we‘ve learned about today.

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regular polygon triangle parallel rectangle square rhombus trapezoid pentagon hexagon disappearance octagon

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16 Can you recognize these polygons?

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17 Match these. Triangle eight sides Heptagon 3 sidesOctagonseven political parties

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18 Match part more. Pentagon four sides Hexagon 5 sidesSquaresix political parties

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19 Using your geoboards or period paper, replicate these polygons.                   

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