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Question 1:
Which of the following titles did Polygon have?
Polygonal Numbers
Polygon density
Anthropomorphic polygon

Question 2: Individual polygons are named (and sometimes classified) according to the number of sides, combining a Greek-derived ________ with the suffix -gon, e.g.
1000 (number)Number prefixLoanwordNonane

Question 3: For large numbers, ________ usually write the numeral itself, e.g.
MathematicsGeometryMathematicianNumber theory

Question 4: A polygon is a 2-dimensional example of the more general ________ in any number of dimensions.

Question 5: Some special polygons also have their own names; for example the regular star pentagon is also known as the ________.
Horned GodWiccaGerald GardnerPentagram

Question 6: ________ can even have regular pentagons as faces.
Penrose tilingQuasicrystalCrystallographic restriction theoremAperiodic tiling

Question 7: Join several edge-to-edge and fold them all up so there are no gaps, to make a three-dimensional ________.

Question 8: A polygon in a ________ (image generation) system is a two-dimensional shape that is modelled and stored within its database.
2D computer graphicsScientific visualizationComputer graphicsRendering (computer graphics)

Question 9: Cut up a piece of paper into polygons, and put them back together as a ________.
TangramArtDissection puzzleSquare (geometry)

Question 10: In ________ a polygon (pronounced /ˈpɒlɪɡɒn/) is traditionally a plane figure that is bounded by a closed path or circuit, composed of a finite sequence of straight line segments (i.e., by a closed polygonal chain).
Algebraic geometryDifferential geometryManifoldGeometry


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