## FAQs

### Identify the shape which is a polygon with infinite sides.? ›

**Circle** is a polygon of infinite sides.

**What is a polygon with infinite sides? ›**

In geometry, **an apeirogon** (from Ancient Greek ἄπειρος apeiros 'infinite, boundless', and γωνία gonia 'angle') or infinite polygon is a polygon with an infinite number of sides.

**What shapes are infinite? ›**

In geometry, mathematicians have an invention called an “**apeirogon**”. It is a figure, a polygon, thus the geometric derivation, and has an infinite number of countable sides.

**What shape does a regular polygon with infinitely many sides resemble? ›**

**A Circle** can indeed be thought of as an infinite sided polygon. The properties can indeed be computed by computing the properties for an n-sided polygon and then taking the limits.

**What is a polygon with 1000000000 sides called? ›**

By convention, **trillion-gon**. Any figure past the 12-sided dodecagon are named by the number of sides followed by “-gon”. The previous answer of a circle is primarily correct, but the name is still trillion-gon.

**What is a 9999 sided polygon called? ›**

What do you call a 9999-sided polygon? **A nonanonacontanonactanonaliagon**. While polygons are important in computer graphics, what's special about a 9999-gon?

**Is there a polygon with 1000 sides? ›**

In geometry, **a chiliagon (/ˈkɪliəɡɒn/) or 1,000-gon is a polygon with 1,000 sides**.

**Can a polygon have 100 sides? ›**

**A polygon with 100 sides is called a hectogon or centagon**.

**Can a polygon have 12 sides? ›**

In geometry, **a 12-sided polygon is called a dodecagon**. It also has twelve vertices and twelve interior angles. Let's take a look at some of the examples of dodecagon in the figure below. Based on the sides and angles, a dodecagon can be classified as a regular or irregular polygon and a convex or concave polygon.

**What shape is infinity? ›**

The symbol for infinity that one sees most often is the **lazy eight curve**, technically called the lemniscate. This symbol was first used in a seventeenth century treatise on conic sections.

### What shape has 0 sides? ›

**A circle** has 0 sides and 0 vertices (corners).

**Is a shape with infinite sides a circle? ›**

So, while thinking of a circle as having an infinite number of sides can be useful from a geometrical perspective, the safer answer is that **a circle has no sides**.

**What is a polygon with infinite sides called? ›**

**The apeirogon** is an extension of the definition of regular polygon to a figure with an infinite number of sides. Its Schläfli symbol is .

**Are there infinite regular polygons? ›**

In short, **there is an infinity of regular polygons**: one with n sides for each n > 3. (The cases n = 0,1, and 2 are bit degenerate.) In 3 dimensions, the most symmetrical polyhedra of all are the 'regular polyhedra', also known as the 'Platonic solids'.

**Is the circle infinite? ›**

The length of the circumference of a circle is always finite. **The number of points in the circumference of a circle, however, is (uncountably) infinite**.

**What is a polygon with a trillion sides? ›**

**Teragon**. A teragon is a polygon with 1 trillion sides, it has a Schläfli symbol { 10 18 } {\displaystyle \{10^{18}\}} .

**What is a 0-sided shape called? ›**

**A circle** has 0 sides and 0 vertices (corners). Suggest Corrections. 3. Q. Pair the 2D shapes with the number of vertices (corners) they have.

**Is an apeirogon a polygon? ›**

**An Apeirogon is a 2-dimensional polygon** with a countably infinite number of edges. It can be visualized as a tiling of a one-dimensional line by line segments. In the hyperbolic plane, regular apeirogons are circ*mscribed by a horocycle, and their lines of symmetry converge to a point at infinity.