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In elementary geometry, a

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A plane shape (two-dimensional) with straight sides. Examples: triangles,
rectangles and pentagons. (Note: a circle is not a

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mathematics : a flat shape that has three or more straight lines and angles.
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A polygon is a flat figure that is made up of straight lines and is enclosed. A few
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A polygon is a closed, two dimensional figure composed of line segments. Squares, hexagons, rectangles and concave octagons are all polygons.

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A closed plane figure bounded by three or more line segments. [Late Latin polygōnum, from Greek polugōnon, from neuter of Greek polugōnos, polygonal : polu- ...

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