Sides, vertices and diagonals
Last updated at Oct. 10, 2019 by Teachoo

Let it take an example of a polygon.

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.

Transcript

Diagonals of a polygon
Diagonal is the line joining any two vertices which are not adjacent.
(π΄πΆ) Μ
,(π΄π·) Μ
,(π΄πΈ) Μ
(π΅π·) Μ
,(π΅πΈ) Μ
,(π΅πΉ) Μ
(πΆπ΄) Μ
,(πΆπΉ) Μ
,(πΆπΈ) Μ
(π·π΅) Μ
,(π·π΄) Μ
,(π·πΉ) Μ
(πΈπ΄) Μ
,(πΈπ΅) Μ
,(πΈπΆ) Μ
(πΉπ΅) Μ
,(πΉπΆ) Μ
,(πΉπ·) Μ
So, the diagonals are (π΄πΆ) Μ
,(π΄π·) Μ
,(π΄πΈ) Μ
, (π΅π·) Μ
,(π΅πΈ) Μ
,(π΅πΉ) Μ
, (πΆπΉ) Μ
,(πΆπΈ) Μ
,(π·πΉ) Μ

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