# What is the relationship between the number of sides a polygon has and its vertices?

they are equal

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The relationship between the number of sides a polygon has and its vertices is that in any polygon, the number of sides is equal to the number of vertices. Each side of a polygon connects two vertices, and there is one vertex at each endpoint of a side. Therefore, the number of sides and vertices in a polygon are always equal.

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