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In this lesson, we will learn how to identify a polygon among two-dimensional figures.

Q1:

Is the following figure a polygon?

Q2:

Is the given shape a polygon?

Q3:

Q4:

How many polygons are there in the following figure?

Q5:

True or false? A polygon has the same number of sides as vertices.

Q6:

Q7:

Is this a polygon?

Q8:

Q9:

How many polygons are there in this figure?

Q10:

Fill the blank: Each line segment in a polygon is called a .

Q11:

Q12:

Which of these is a polygon?

Q13:

Choose the missing word to make this statement true: A closed figure is a polygon.

Q14:

Choose the parallelogram.

Q15:

Determine whether the following statement is true or false: A polygon consists of a finite number of line segments forming a closed plane figure.

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Q18:

True or false?

The number of sides of a polygon is equal to the number of vertices.

Q19:

What is the name of the point where two sides of a polygon meet?

Q20:

How many 10-sided polygons are on the clown?

Q21:

Choose the square.

Q22:

Choose the trapezoid.

Q23:

Which of the following figures is a polygon?

Q24:

Which of the shapes is not a polygon?

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