An epiphany is often defined as a
A. painful conflict.
B. sudden insight.
C. symbol of change.
D. rising action.

An epiphany is often defined as a SUDDEN INSIGHT.

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A. 6 inches
B. 8 inches
C. 10 inches
D. 12 inches **Weegy:** The perimeter of a church window is 60 inches. If the window is in the shape of a regular pentagon, the length of each side of the window is 60 / 5 = 12 inches. (More)

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Jim bought a new pair of glasses. The lenses had six sides. The lenses were in the shape of a
A. quadrilateral.
B. square.
C. hexagon.
D. heptagon. **Weegy:** Jim bought a new pair of glasses. The lenses had six sides. The lenses were in the shape of a hexagon. (More)

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6. Two angles are supplementary. The first angle measures 60°. What's the measurement of the second angle?
A. 30°
B. 90°
C. 180°
D. 120° **Weegy:** Two angles are supplementary. This means they add up to 180 degrees. If the first angle measures 60°, the second angle measures 180 minus 60 = 120°.
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8. A polygon that has all sides the same measure and all angles the same measure is called what?
A. Irregular polygon
B. Convex polygon
C. Regular polygon
D. Concave polygon
**Weegy:** A polygon that has all sides the same measure and all angles the same measure is called a Regular polygon. (More)

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Which type of polygon has seven sides?
A. Hexagon
B. Heptagon
C. Decagon
D. Octagon
**Weegy:** Heptagon is the type of polygon with seven sides.
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