# a polygon that is equilateral and equiangular

## a polygon that is equilateral and equiangular

This polygon is one of the most common shapes in the world; it’s also one of the most common geometric shapes that we’ve created. But it’s a very special shape.

A polygon is a shape that can take many different shapes. In the world of geometry, this shape is called a polygon because it has many different sides, which the most important one is called a polygon side. The sides of polygon are the ones that join together.

In the world of polygon, the sides of a polygon are called its vertices. In order to have a polygon, a side has to have a vertex. This is how polygon becomes a shape. If a side of a polygon has a vertex, then it’s a triangle. An example of a polygon is the triangle AAB. When A has a vertex, it’s a quadrilateral, when B has a vertex, it’s a square.

Polygon is a shape that has many different sides. To create one, you have to choose the sides of a polygon, which is the most important thing. There are two types of polygon: equilateral and equiangular. The former refers to a polygon that is right-angled. The latter refers to a polygon that has a diagonal. An example of a polygon is the quadrilateral ABCD.

The quadrilateral ABCD is an equilateral polygon. It has four sides. An example of a quadrilateral is the triangle ABA, a rectangle is ABCD, and the square ABC is a parallelogram.

The concept of equiangularity is the same as that of equilaterality, but the two terms aren’t exactly the same. With equiangularity, you are trying to find a polygon that has all four of its sides equiangular to the same point, whereas with equilaterality you are trying to find a polygon that has all four sides equilateral to each other.

The equiangularity polygon is a good place to start when it comes to understanding polygonal shapes. In fact, the best way to learn about polygonal space is to draw it. In this case, we are trying to figure out what the equiangular polygon of our square ABCD would look like. The equiangularity is the same way as the equilaterality: you are looking for a polygon that is all four sides equiangular to the same point.

Basically, you would draw a polygon that is all four sides equilateral to the same point, but with the equiangularity stretched out slightly. That way you can see the sides of the polygon getting longer than they would if it were just equilateral.

The best way to create equiangular polygons is to use the equilateral function in the quiver.

As a matter of fact, the best way to create equiangular polygons is to use the equilateral function in the quiver. The equilateral function in the quiver will create a polygon that is all four sides equiangular to the same point, but with the equiangularity stretched out slightly.  