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What is a diagonal vertex of a square?
4 is the answer
how many diagonals from a vertex a heptagon have
the squares diagonal are all congruent to each other, and the diagonals make 4 isoceles triangles.
Draw a line from one corner to its opposite corner. Repeat with the other two corners. The diagonals should be perpendicular to each other.
there are 4 vertices(singular vertex) of a square. the pointed edges are called vertex
Hexagon (6 sides)
No. Draw a rect. with dimensions of 1" by 2''. Note the angle formed by the diagonals. Now lengthen the rect. to 1'" by 10". The angle formed by the base and the diag. has t…o be reduced in order for the diagonal to travel to the new corner (with the same rect. height). This is not an actual proof. You can calculate the angle but I am not certain you can do it with geometry--need trig. With trig., knowing the two sides (you know the hypotenuse with geometry too so you could use any of the trig functions), you can calculate the tangent of the angle in the 1"x2" rect, it is 0.5000. The length of the base increases by 8" for the second rect., which changes the value of the tangent (0.10000) which in turn changes the degree of the angle. The diag. of a square bisects the vertex but no so with rectangles.
Depends on the shape.
Number of sides - 2
3. You cannot have a diagonal from a vertex to itself, nor to either of the two adjacent vertices (these would form sides of the polygon). So 3 out of the other vertices cann…ot be used. In a hexagon, that leaves 3 that can be used. Hence the answer.
If you mean "How many diagonals can be drawn from one vertex of a figure with 16 sides", the formula is n-3, where "n" being the number of sides of the figure. So 16-3=13 d…iagonals that can be drawn from one vertex.
Vertex is the point where two rays of an angle or two edges of a geometric shape meet. Definition of a point: A point has no width, length and thickness. It is used to spe…cify a specific location. A point can't be bisected because its length is zero. So, the statement : "diagonals of a rhombus bisect the vertices" is false.
3 and 3 I believe