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# 16.1 - Copy - 16-1 Areas of Circles and Sectors A Polygons...

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16-1 Areas of Circles and Sectors A) Polygons a. A polygon is a figure formed by fitting together segments end to end. i. No two of the segments intersect except at their endpoints. ii. No two segments with a common end point are collinear b. Examples c. Examples of non polygons B) Definitions a. Vertices i. Points T, P, S, and R b. Sides i. c. Angles i.

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d. Perimeter i. The sum of the sides e. Diagonal i. A segment whose endpoints are two
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