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## Define Vertex of Angle and Polygon

 Polygons and its Types Sides Vertex Diagonals Adjacent Sides Adjacent Vertices's Perimeter Congruent & Congruence Axis Perpendicular Lines

Definition: The point at which two lines or line segments meet each other is called Vertex

Plural of Vertex is referred to as Vertices

In the following figure:

There are two lines - Line 1 and Line 2.
When both these lines meet each other at Points O, we get the following figure:

Let study following figure also and find names of Vertices:

Figure 1:

In the above figure, A, B, C & D are the Vertices of given figure.

Figure 2-

In the above figure, A, B, C, D, E & F are the Vertices of given figure.

Figure 3:

In the above figure, P, Q, R & S are the Vertices of given figure.

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