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Question 1:

Which of the following are simple closed figures?
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(a) It is a simple closed figure because it does not intersect itself.
(b) It is a simple closed figure because it does not intersect itself.
(c) It is not a simple closed figure because it intersects itself.
(d) It is a simple closed figure because it does not intersect itself.
(e) It is not a simple closed figure because it intersects itself.
(f) It is a simple closed figure because it does not intersect itself.

Question 2:

Which of the following are polygons?
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(a) It is formed by four line segments and we know that a simple closed figure formed by three or more line segments is called a polygon. So, it is a polygon named quadrilateral.

(b) It is formed by three line segments and we know that a simple closed figure formed by three or more line segments is called a polygon. So, it is polygon named triangle.

(c) It is formed by twelve line segments and we know that a simple closed figure formed by three or more line segments is called a polygon. So, it is polygon.

(d) It is not a polygon because it contains curves.

Question 3:

Fill in the blanks:
(i) A polygon is a simple closed figure formed by more than ...... line segments.
(ii) A polygon formed by three line segments is called a ....... .
(iii) A polygon formed by four line segments is called a ...... .
(iv) A triangle has ...... sides and ...... angles.
(v) A quadrilateral has ...... sides and ...... angles.
(vi) A figure which ends at the starting point is called a .......... .