What is a line segment connecting two non-adjacent vertices of a polygon called?

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The line segment connecting two non-adjacent vertices of a polygon or a polyhedron is called a diagonal. A diameter is a line segment passing through a circle or sphere and connecting two points.
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A line segment connecting two non-adjacent vertices of a polygon is called a diagonal . Use the link below to verify this and gather more information.
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A diagonal? If its not a side then the vertices in question are not adjacent.
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If you are talking about the line segment connecting two vertices of a polygon, the answer is, "it is an edge." Oddman
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A line segment connecting two non-adjacent vertices of a polygon is called a diagonal . Use the link below to verify this and gather more information. ...
A line segment connecting two non-adjacent vertices of a polygon is called a diagonal . Use the link below to verify this and gather more information. ...
A diagonal in geometry is a line segment that connects two non adjacent vertices of a polygon. A polygon is a plane figure that has at least three straight sides ...
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