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## Republic of the Philippines

Camarines Norte State College
Daet, Camarines Norte
College of Education
Abao Campus
Subject Matter
A. Topic: Polygons
Objectives

## Identify the different types of polygon

Applying correctly if it is a regular or an irregular polygon.
II.

Concept
Discuss and explain each:

Polygon
A polygon is a closed shape that has three or more sides. Each side is a line
segment. The line segments form the sides of the polygon.
Polygon

Not polygon

## This object is an example of

circle is
a polygon
because
regular polygon that close shape.
there is no side and vertices.

not

Types of Polygons
Simple Polygons or Complex Polygons
The sides of a simple polygon do not intersect. In a simple polygon, the line
segments meet in pairs to form the vertices. Usually the word" simple" is omitted
and the word polygon" is used to mean "simple polygon". A complex polygon
has intersecting sides.

## Convex Polygons or Concave Polygons

A convex polygon has all angles less than 180.Aconcave polygon has at least
one angle greater than 180. (memory tool: concave has a" cave" in it)

Equilateral Polygon
An equilateral polygon is a polygon which has all
sides of the same length. A rhombus is an
example of an equilateral polygon.

Equiangular Polygon

## An equiangular polygon is a polygon whose interior angles are equal. A rectangle

is an example of an equiangular polygon.

## Regular Polygons or Irregular Polygons

A regular polygon is a polygon with equal sides and equal angles otherwise it is
an irregular polygon. A regular polygon is both equilateral and equiangular.

IV.

APPLICTION

Identify their exact names based on their number of sides and types of

polygon.

13

12

11

15

polygon.

14

10

Questions:
1. How many pairs of parallel lines does a trapezoid have?

## 2. How many pairs of parallel lines does square have?

3. Does a polygon usually have more sides or more angles? Explain.

Key to Correction
1. one
2 .two
3. A polygon has the same number of sides and angles because they are closed
figures with non-intersecting lines.

1. not polygon

8. Equiangular polygon

2. not polygon

9. Regular pentagon

4. not polygon

## 12. an irregular decagon

6.complex polygon

7.simple polygon

## 14. Not polygon

15. an irregular hexagon

. Reference:
http://www.onlinemathlearning.com/types-polygons.html
http://www.onlinemathlearning.com/polygon-shapes.html
www.superteacherworksheets.com

PREPARED BY:
AILYN C. SUTERIO
BSEd -2A