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- anonymous

Which figure is not a polygon?
A.
Figure A
B.
Figure B
C.
Figure C
D.
Figure D

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- anonymous

Which figure is not a polygon?
A.
Figure A
B.
Figure B
C.
Figure C
D.
Figure D

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- tkhunny

You'll need a definition.

- anonymous

huh

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- mathmate

@pizza4dayz
As @tkhunny suggested, you need to know what a polygon if you want to answer this question: (from Wiki)
In geometry, a polygon /ˈpɒlɪɡɒn/ is traditionally a plane figure that is bounded by a finite chain of straight line segments closing in a loop to form a closed chain or circuit.

- anonymous

i know what a poly gon is

- mathmate

Good, then you'd have no problem finding the answer to this question, right?

- anonymous

i cant ive taking this quiz 7 times

- tkhunny

Find the one that meets the definition.

- anonymous

a

- mathmate

Have you even read what I posted? @pizza4dayz

- anonymous

b

- tkhunny

Super. Now, if you pick C and D, you will have guessed all of them.
Which one does NOT fit the definition and WHY?

- anonymous

u dont have to be rude

- tkhunny

Not rude at all. Tell us WHY. Otherwise, it is just guessing.

- anonymous

i just think its b

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