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A Quiz about Polygons (Triangles, Squares and such)

As commonly understood, a polygon is a two-dimensional plane bound by a number of straight lines. Familiar examples of polygons are a triangle and a square. See how much you know about this fundamental geometric concept with my fun quiz 🙂

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All information correct per Wikipedia.  Cover image by Quartl:  Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported.

  • The Pentagon is the HQ of the US Department of Defense. It was named because of its shape, which has how many sides?

    • 4
    • 5
    • 6
  • What’s another term for a triangle?

    • Monogon
    • Digon
    • Trigon
  • How many sides has a heptagon?

    • 6
    • 7
    • 9
  • What about a heptadecagon?

    • 17
    • 70
    • 77
  • And a heptacontaheptagon?

    • 70
    • 77
    • 707
  • What’s the term for a six-sided polygon?

    • Sixagon
    • Hexangle
    • Hexagon
  • An eleven-sided polygon?

    • Hendecagon
    • Cockdegacon
    • Chickdecagon
  • What’s an icosagon?

    • A polygon with 20 sides
    • A polygon with 10 sides
    • A theoretical polygon with just one side
  • Here’s a tough one! What do you call a polygon with all right angles, whose sides are consecutive integer lengths, as in the illustration?

    • Tedygon
    • Golygon
    • Barbigon
  • What do you call a polygon with 10,000 sides?

    • Prettypolygon
    • Megagon
    • Myriagon
  • And last but not least, how many sides has an apeirogon?

    • Two sides
    • Any negative number of sides
    • An infinite number of sides

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  1. …a very advanced quiz of mathematical knowledge about polygons where some of it were not taught by our elementary and secondary teachers, only for professional and advanced masteral of mathematics enthusiasts…you got a fantastic quiz that’s truly remarkable…Congrats Norman 🙂

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