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Transcript of Polygons
By Jack H and Trent C
A triangle is a polygon with three angles and three vertices. There are four different types of triangles.
All quadrilateral shapes have four sides and four vertices. There are several different types of quadrilaterals.
The "Gons" are a group of shapes all ending in gon. There are several types of these shapes.
The equilateral triangle is one that all of it's sides are equal to each other.
The scalene triangle is one that has no equal sides.
The right triangle has a 90 degree angle and that is why it is called the right triangle
The isosceles triangle has two sides that are the same length but the bottom side is a different length.
The trapezoid is a quadrilateral with one set of parallel sides and another pair of lines that could make a triangle if they kept on going out.
The parallelogram is like a smushed rectangle with a pair of two parallel sides.
The rhombus, a parallelogram looks like a smushed square with two pairs of parallel sides.
The rectangle, a parallelogram is a shape with two sets of parallel sides but not all the sides are equal. Two are the same and another two are the same but different then the first.
The square is a parallelogram, rectangle and rhombus with a set of two parallel sides and all of it's sides are equal.
The pentagon is a gon that has five equal sides.
The hexagon is a gon with six equal sides.
The heptagon is a gon with seven equal sides.
The octagon is a gon with eight equal sides.
The nonagon is a gon with nine equal sides.
The decagon is a gon with ten equal sides.
Polygons are plane figures with at least three straight sides and angels.