Let it take an example of a polygon.

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Here, points A, B, C, D, E and F, are the vertices of the polygon.

AB, BC, CD, DE, EF and FA are the sides of the polygon.

 

Diagonals of a polygon

 

Diagonal is the line joining any two vertices which are not adjacent.

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  1. Chapter 4 Class 6 Basic Geometrical Ideas
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Diagonals of a polygon Diagonal is the line joining any two vertices which are not adjacent. (𝐴𝐢) Μ…,(𝐴𝐷) Μ…,(𝐴𝐸) Μ… (𝐡𝐷) Μ…,(𝐡𝐸) Μ…,(𝐡𝐹) Μ… (𝐢𝐴) Μ…,(𝐢𝐹) Μ…,(𝐢𝐸) Μ… (𝐷𝐡) Μ…,(𝐷𝐴) Μ…,(𝐷𝐹) Μ… (𝐸𝐴) Μ…,(𝐸𝐡) Μ…,(𝐸𝐢) Μ… (𝐹𝐡) Μ…,(𝐹𝐢) Μ…,(𝐹𝐷) Μ… So, the diagonals are (𝐴𝐢) Μ…,(𝐴𝐷) Μ…,(𝐴𝐸) Μ… , (𝐡𝐷) Μ…,(𝐡𝐸) Μ…,(𝐡𝐹) Μ… , (𝐢𝐹) Μ…,(𝐢𝐸) Μ… ,(𝐷𝐹) Μ…

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