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Section 34 Defn. of Polygon
Defn.
A polygon is a closed plane figure with
at least three sides that are
segments. The sides intersect only
at their endpoints, and no adjacent
sides are collinear.
sides convex polygon – a polygon that
convex
has no diagonal with points
outside the polygon
outside
concave polygon  a polygon that
concave
has at least one diagonal point
with points outside the polygon
with convex concave regular polygon – a convex
polygon with all sides
congruent and all angles
congruent
congruent 3 sides: triangle
sides
4 sides: quadrilateral
5 sides: pentagon
6 sides hexagon
8 sides: octagon
9 sides: nonagon
10 sides: decagon
12 sides: dodecagon
n sides: ngon Interior Polygon Angle Sum
Thm.(39)
Thm.(39) If a convex polygon has n
sides and S is the sum of
the measures of its interior
angle, then S = 180(n2).
angle, Polygon Exterior Angle Sum
Thm. (310)
Thm. If a polygon is convex, then
the sum of the measures of
the exterior angles, one at
each vertex, is 360.
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