# Mte 180

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Is a rhombus regular because the sides are congruent is this statement true or false. Explain reasoning,

• Mte 180 -

A regular polygon has all of its' sides
equal and all of its' interior angles
equal.

Your statement is True, but it does not give the complete definition of a regular polygon; because it did not include the interior angles.

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