2. Identify the polygon by its sides. Then

determine whether it appears to be

equilateral, equiangular, or a regular

polygon.

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2. Identify the polygon by its sides. Then

determine whether it appears to be

equilateral, equiangular, or a regular

polygon.

[tex]2. Identify the polygon by its sides. Then determine whether it appears to be equilateral, equiangul[/tex]

Clara drew the figure correctly and correctly identified the four-sided figure as a quadrilateral.

Step-by-step explanation:

To plot the vertices of the figure, Clara needs to take the first coordinate of each point and mark it on the x-axis and the second coordinate should be marked on the y-axis. Then she has to draw vertical and horizontal lines through the x-coordinate and y-coordinate. These two lines intersect at the point which has those coordinates. Following these steps, Clara drew the figure correctly.

Connecting all consecutive vertices, she got a figure with four sides - this is exactly the quadrilateral.

Hence, Clara drew the figure correctly and correctly identified the four-sided figure as a quadrilateral.

Given : Clara’s teacher asked her to draw a polygon with vertices (–2, 4), (5, 4), (3, –3), and (–2, 0) and to identify the polygon.

Clara drew the polygon and identified it as a quadrilateral.

To Find : whether Clara is correct?

Solution:

a quadrilateral has four straight sides.

quadrilateral has four vertices or corners.

Quadrilateral had four edges and four vertices.

She drew 4 points hence there are 4 vertices

No 3 points are collinear hence it has 4 Edges

As figure drawn has 4 vertices and 4 edges hence its a Quadrilateral

so Clara is correct

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Step-by-step explanation:

It's Quadrilaterals

Explanation:

square; perimeter 20 units; area 25 square units.

Step-by-step explanation:

As the attachment shows, each side of the polygon is the hypotenuse of a 3-4-5 right triangle, so has length 5 units. The perimeter is the sum of those lengths, 4×5 = 20; the area is the product of the lengths of adjacent sides, 5×5 = 25.

The figure is a square of side length 5 units.

The perimeter is 20 units; the area is 25 square units.

[tex]Identify the polygon that has vertices A(−10,−1), P(−7,3), E(−3,0), and X(−6,−4), and then find the[/tex]

she is correct

Step-by-step explanation:

I would believe it would be the second one?

Step-by-step explanation:

First make a graph then put positive and negative numbers from 1-10 or how I did it and then find the coordinates and connect

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