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# What shape has 12 sides?

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A dodecagon is a two-dimensional shape with 12 sides. A regular-shaped dodecagon has all its sides with the same length, and all internal angles are the same size. An irregular-shaped dodecagon has sides and angles of different sizes.

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A dodecagon also has 12 vertices and 12 internal angles at each one of those vertices. The internal angle in a regular dodecagon is 150 degrees, making the total sum of angles 1,800 degrees. Many historic buildings have been built in the shape of a dodecagon, including the Vera Cruz church in Segovia, Spain, and the Torre del Oro, a 13th century military watchtower in Seville, Spain.

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A 12-sided two-dimensional polygon is called a dodecagon. A regular dodecagon has 12 sides that are all the exact same length and internal angles that are 150 degrees each. Since there are 12 internal angles, the total internal angles add up to 1,800 degrees.

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The dodecagon is the name of a 12-sided shape. This polygon also has 12 interior angles and 12 vertices. The sum of the interior angles of the dodecagon is 1,800 degrees.

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The perimeter of a kite is the total distance around the outside of its shape, which means the length of all four of its sides added together. Since a kite has two pairs of matching sides, the standard formula is that the perimeter equals "2a" plus "2b."