HI, I’m a newbie.

Can someone give me an example of polygon like a triangle and a square.

I’m not sure to understand the rules of polygon.

- lhanneus asked 11 years ago

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English is not my mother tongue. So I’ve badly ask the question.

I mean an example of triangle like:

vector1:[0,0,0]

vector2:[x1,y1,z1]

vector3:[x2,y2,z2]

what really represent the x1,… in geometry,

does the vector represents the next picture?

[img:2a1yl54y]http://luc-hanneuse.110mb.com/linking/triangle.gif[/img:2a1yl54y]

- lhanneus answered 11 years ago

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[img:1px3if5a]http://luc-hanneuse.110mb.com/linking/triangle.jpg[/img:1px3if5a]

[url:1px3if5a]http://luc-hanneuse.110mb.com/linking/triangle.jpg[/url:1px3if5a]

- lhanneus answered 11 years ago

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pictures doesn’t work so ascii picture:

*(0,0,0)
!°\
!°°\
!°°°\
!°°°°\
*____*(x1,y1,z1)

(x2,y2,z2)

vector for this Triangle are?

vector1=(0,0,0)

vector2=(x1,y1,z1)

vector3=(x2,y2,z2)

Or is it another system??

- lhanneus answered 11 years ago

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Sure… A triangle is a polygon with three points. A square is a polygon with 4 points and all equal length sides…

A polygon has more than 2 points and are connected…

- nci answered 11 years ago

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