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What are the differences and similarities between a regular pentagon and an irregular pentagon

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    both irregular and regular have 5 sides and 5 corners. also, both have the same TOTAL/SUM of the interior and exterior angles.

    regular pentagon has sides of equal lengths, while irregular pentagon has sides of not equal or varying lengths.

    hope this helps~ :)

  • Mathematics -

    A regular pentagon must have not only equal sides, but also equal angles.
    (you could have a pentagon with equal sides, but with different angles. Think of the pentagon being "squished". Such a pentagon would be irregular.)

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    it has 6 sides

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