What Shape Has 5 Sides?

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The 5 sided shape you are referring to called a pentagon. If it had 6 sides, it would be known as a hexagon, and if there were 15 sides, it would be called a pentadecagon.
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The shape that has 5 sides is called a pentagon, from pent meaning 5 and gon meaning side. If all these sides are the same length, and all angles in the pentagon are equal, it is
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A seven sided shape is called a heptagon. A polygon is named by the number of sides it has using a prefix that denotes the specific number; hence pentagon (5 sides) hexagon (6 sides
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Any regular shapes have equal sides, including squares and equilateral triangles. Irregular shapes can also have equal sides, but not equal angles.
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You cannot answer this with a normal shape. Any shape given would have less an infinite sides. The exception to this would BE the shape with infinite sides and therefore by the same
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The shape that has 5 sides is known as a pentagon. The sum of the interior angles is 540 degrees, or in a regular pentagon the interior angles will measure 108 degrees each. You can find more information here: http://www.mathleague.com/help/geometry/polygons.htm#pentagon
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Pentagon is the name commonly used for a 5 sided shape. In a regular pentagon, all of the sides are congruent, and each interior angle measures 108 degrees. ...
Some of the names used to refer to irregular shapes include: Triangle (3sided), Quadilateral (4 sided), Pentagon (5 sided) and Hexagon (6 sided), among others. ...
The shape that has twelve sides is called a Dodecagon. If it only had eleven sides, it would have been called a Hendecagon, and with ten sides, it would have ...
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