The formal definition of a polygon states that a polygon is a closed plane figure formed by or more

The formal definition of a polygon states that a polygon is a closed plane figure formed by or more segments called sides. each side intersects exactly two other noncollinear sides, one at each endpoint.

a. four
b. one
c. zero
d. two
e. three

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  1. No

    Step-by-step explanation:

    Collinear is if points are on the same line.

    2 points are not collinear, as they form a line.

    If 3 points were on the same line, then it would be considered collinear.

  2. 1. Two points coplanar with the point D are the points A and B which are on the same plane, K, as the point D

    2. Another name for the line P is a straight straight angle AEB

    3. The intersection of line r and plane K is the point X

    4. A point non-coplanar to the plane K is the point W

    Step-by-step explanation:

  3. Two non co-linear segments with a slope of 3 in a coordinate plane would mean that the two segments are parallel to each other and not attached to each other. Having the same slope is the definition of being parallel in the same plane.

  4. The answer would be three. The reasons are clear. You can't form a closed figure when you just have two sides. All they would do is just intersect each other. Also, one side must intersect with two other noncollinear sides. This means that a polygon has to have at least three sides. 

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