Introduction for line segment connecting two vertices of a polygon:
A line segment is one of the important topics from geometry and mathematics subject. Generally a line segment is defined as, a long and straight line cut with two end points on both sides, is called as line segment. But a segment is one small part of a long and straight infinity line. Polygon is a closed figure with all equal sides. Here we are going to explain about line segment connecting two vertices of a polygon.
|Midpoint of a Line Segment Calculator||Point of Intersection of Two Lines Calculator|
|Find Vertical Asymptote Calculator||Polygon Calculator|
Example figure for line segment:
A polygon is closed figures with all the sides are equal, and all angles are equal.
Here we will use the line segments which are connecting two vertices of a polygon. So we have to use the polygon figure of triangle.
A polygon with made up of line segment figure is given below: (triangle)
Triangle with line segments ABC:
The given triangle is a closed polygon figure with made up of line segments. Here in this triangle figure has 3 end points A, B and C. All the end points are joining each other.
So these line segments connecting the two vertices of the closed polygon (triangle).