Math: Polygons

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Math: Polygons
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  1. 3 Ways to identify polygons?
    • Equilateral
    • Equiangular
    • Regular
  2. What does it mean when a polygon is REGULAR?
    All sides and angles are congruent
  3. Segment that joins non-consecutive vertices
    Diagonals
  4. The sum of the interior angles of a quadrilateral is always 360 degrees
    Quadrilateral Interior Angle Theorem
  5. Describe a plane figure:
    (2)
    • Formed by 3 or more segments
    • No two sides with a common endpoint are collinear
    • Each side intersects exactly 2 other sides one at each endpoint
  6. Difference between concave and convex?
    Concave has a dent
  7. A quadrilateral having both pairs of opposite sides parallel
    Parallelograms
  8. 5 Theorems about parallelograms
    • Opposite sides are congruent
    • Opposite angles are congruent
    • Consecutive angles are supplementary 
    • Diagonals bisect each other
    • Both pairs of opposite sides are parallel

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