6th grade geometry

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list the next 7 polygons after pentagon..

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    I just goggled "names of polygons"
    here is the first page


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    octagon, polygon, ....

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    How much wire did Donnie use to complete his shop project?

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    iDK how the frick should i know just tell me da anwser

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