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If the number of lines of symmetry in a polygon is equal to the number of sides it has, then the polygon is a


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Regular polygon
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Irregular polygon
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C
Pentagon
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D
Triangle
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Solution

The correct option is D Regular polygon
A polygon is said to be a regular polygon if all its sides and angles are equal. In a regular polygon, there are as many lines of symmetry as there are sides/angles. That’s the maximum number of lines of symmetry that a polygon can have.
So, if the number of lines of symmetry in a polygon is equal to the number of sides it has, then it must be a regular polygon.

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