2. Identify the polygon by its sides. Then determine whether it appears to be equilateral, equiangular,

2. Identify the polygon by its sides. Then
determine whether it appears to be
equilateral, equiangular, or a regular
polygon.


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  1. 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.

  2. 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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  3.   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]

  4. 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

    [tex]Clara's teacher asked her to draw a polygon with vertices (–2, 4), (5, 4), (3, –3), and (–2, 0) and[/tex]

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