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Josie bought a new mirror. The mirror has 5 sides. What is the shape of the mirror? A. Heptagon B. Hexagon C. Pentagon D. Square
A polygon with 5 sides is called pentagon. So the answer is C. Pentagon
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User: Josie bought a new mirror. The mirror has 5 sides. What is the shape of the mirror? A. Heptagon B. Hexagon C. Pentagon D. Square

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Asked 9/9/2012 5:10:09 AM
Updated 9/9/2012 6:58:33 AM
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A polygon with 5 sides is called pentagon. So the answer is C. Pentagon
Added 9/9/2012 6:43:17 AM
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Pentagon.
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sasikrishna, please do not post duplicate answer. This is not allowed. Please refer to the blogs. Thank you.
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