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Following quiz provides Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) related to **Drawing and identifying a polygon in the coordinate plane**. You will have to read all the given answers and click over the correct answer. If you are not sure about the answer then you can check the answer using **Show Answer** button. You can use **Next Quiz** button to check new set of questions in the quiz.

**Step 1:**

There are four dots in the given coordinate plane.

**Step 2:**

Joining these dots with line segments, the polygon formed has four sides and is a Quadrilateral.

**Step 1:**

There are five dots in the given coordinate plane.

**Step 2:**

Joining these dots with line segments, the polygon formed has five sides and is a Pentagon.

**Step 1:**

There are four dots in the given coordinate plane.

**Step 2:**

Joining these dots with line segments, the polygon formed has four sides and is a Quadrilateral

**Step 1:**

There are four dots in the given coordinate plane.

**Step 2:**

Joining these dots with line segments, the polygon formed has four sides and is a Quadrilateral

**Step 1:**

There are six dots in the given coordinate plane.

**Step 2:**

Joining these dots with line segments, the polygon formed has six sides and is a Hexagon.

**Step 1:**

There are three dots in the given coordinate plane.

**Step 2:**

Joining these dots with line segments, the polygon formed has three sides and is a Triangle

**Step 1:**

There are four dots in the given coordinate plane.

**Step 2:**

Joining these dots with line segments, the polygon formed has four sides and is a Rectangle

**Step 1:**

There are four dots in the given coordinate plane.

**Step 2:**

Joining these dots with line segments, the polygon formed has four sides and is a Quadrilateral

**Step 1:**

There are three dots in the given coordinate plane.

**Step 2:**

Joining these dots with line segments, the polygon formed has three sides and is a Triangle

**Step 1:**

There are six dots in the given coordinate plane.

**Step 2:**

Joining these dots with line segments, the polygon formed has six sides and is a Hexagon

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