In geometry, a polygon /ˈpɒlɪɡɒn/ is traditionally a plane figure that is bounded
by a finite ... Polygons are primarily named by prefixes from Greek numbers.
For polygons with 3 through 20 sides, simply add "gon" to the prefixes at the left (
although a trigon is more commonly called a triangle and a tetragon, ...
Regular - all angles are equal and all sides are the same length. Regular
polygons are both equiangular and equilateral. Equiangular - all angles are
equal. Equilateral - all sides are the same ... To construct a name, combine the
MathsIsFun also has a table of prefixes and suffixes to use in naming polygons. ...
Not all polygons have accepted names or even proposed names, which is why ...
Can you give me a list of names of polygons? ... When naming polygons, for the "
numerical" part of the name, we use the Greek prefixes: ... All rights reserved.
Date: 9/13/96 at 17:7:2 From: Doctor Tom Subject: Re: 7, 9 Sided Polygons The "
official" names use Greek, not Latin prefixes, so they are ...
Here is a list of common Greek prefixes used in naming polygons and polyhedra.
Follow with -gon for a plane figure or with -hedron for a polyhedron. Build up ...
Dec 10, 2010 ... All other polygons have Greek names. ... the Greek prefix and suffix instead of the
mixed Roman/Greek nonagon), the term “nonagon,” which is ...
Since I'm not being hardline about "proper" forms, I'm including all the forms
normally ... Latin prefixes are used for some words for polygons, although the
This is a collection of polygon prefix/root word posters and worksheets. Please ...
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