## equilateral polygon

### An equilateral polygon is a polygon where all of its sides are equal in length

An equilateral polygon is a polygon where all of its sides are equal in length. In other words, each side has the same length as the others. Additionally, all of its interior angles are equal.

For example, an equilateral triangle is a three-sided polygon where all three sides have the same length, and all three interior angles measure 60 degrees.

Similarly, an equilateral quadrilateral, or square, has all four sides of equal length and all four interior angles measuring 90 degrees.

Other examples of equilateral polygons include the equilateral pentagon (five sides), equilateral hexagon (six sides), equilateral heptagon (seven sides), and so on.

It is important to note that while all equilateral polygons are regular polygons (having all sides and angles equal), not all regular polygons are equilateral. For instance, a regular pentagon is not equilateral, as its sides are not all equal in length.

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