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Ch 2 section 3 Types of Polygons Complete Think and Communicate page 72. 1.) 2.) 3a.) b.) Polygon (p. 73) - a plane figure whose sides are that intersect only at their . Triangle (p. 73) - a polygon with sides Quadrilateral (p. 73) - a polygon with sides G O A L Pentagon (p. 73) - a polygon with sides Hexagon (p. 73) - a polygon with sides Equilateral (p. 73) - a polygon with congruent Equiangular (p. 73) - a polygon with congruent Regular (p. 73) - a polygon that is both and
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Consecutive angles (p. 74) - two that a side Consecutive sides (p. 74) - two that share a Diagonal (p. 74) - a that connects vertices. Sides of a polygon The sides of a polygon must be line segments that intersect only at their endpoints. A polygon is
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Unformatted text preview: a closed figure. Every polygon is either or . If you can draw a segment that connects two vertices and lies outside the polygon, the polygon is . If you cannot draw such a segment, the polygon is convex. Complete Think and Communicate page 74-75 4a.) b.) Conjecture: 5.) Naming a Polygon: To name a polygon, start at any vertex, move in either a CW or CCW direction, and write consecutive vertices in order. Example: 6.) 7.) 8.) 9.) 10.) Complete Checking Key Concepts page 75 1.) 2.) 3.) 4.) 5.) 6.) 7.) 8.) 9.) Complete Exercises and Applications #5 Logical Reasoning Triangle Quadrrilatera l Pentagon Hexagon Heptagon Octagon 3 sides 4 sides 0 diagonals 2 diagonals...
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