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please take a look at the diagram..

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|dw:1350876483166:dw| how many diagonals can be drawn from vertex A?
how many total vertices do u see
8 vertices

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http://www.mathopenref.com/polygondiagonal.html see if it helps
ok.. thanks!
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i don't think that formula would work, because i think |dw:1350819998459:dw|
i could only find 3 by inspection: |dw:1350820055424:dw|
owh.. so that means outside diagonals are not considered as one of the diagonals of a polygon?
yes, that is correct if the line goes outside the polygon, its not considered as diagonal
thanks! :)
never heard of it
since u said, i take it as correct @hartnn :)

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