# -GON

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## Definition of -GON

What does -GON mean?

**suffix**

- [
*geometry*] Forms the names of plane figures bounded by a certain number of line segments (polygons).

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### Discrete Mathematics (2011)

by Gary Chartrand, Ping Zhang

For an integer n 2 3, * an n-gon is an n—sided polygon*. Thus

*. It is well known that the sum of the interior angles of each triangle is 180°. Use induction to prove that for every integer n 2 3, the ...*

**a 3-gon**is a triangle, while**a 4-gon**is a quadrilateral### Cycle and Automobile Trade Journal (1919)

TA_RR*-GON is a miracle worker*. It quickly removes tar, asphalt, grease and
stains from automobile bodies,

TARR*-GON means repeat orders— a quick
turnover*. It will bring customers into your store. TASGON is another Polygon
product that ...

### Finite Geometry and Combinatorial Applications (2015)

by Simeon Ball

* A generalised n-gon is an incidence structure that contains no ordinary r-gons for
r < n and where any pair of points, or pair of lines or point–line pair is contained
in an*...

### Moufang Polygons (2002)

by Jacques Tits, Richard M. Weiss

* A generalized n-gon is a generalized polygon of diameter
n*.

### Near Polygons (2010)

by Bart de Bruyn

* A near 2d-gon is a connected graph of finite diameter d with the*
...

### A Friendly Introduction to Mathematical Logic (2015)

by Christopher C. Leary, Lars Kristiansen

(* A convex n-gon is a polygon with n sides, where the interior angles are all less
than 180*◦.) 3. Prove by induction that if A is a set consisting of n elements, then A
has 2n subsets. 4. Suppose that L is {0,f,g}, where 0 is a constant symbol, f is a ...

### SWAT '88 (1988)

1st Scandinavian Workshop on Algorithm Theory Halmstad, Sweden, July 5-8, 1988. Proceedings by Rolf Karlsson, Andrzej Lingas

* An n-gon is a rectilinear polygon with n vertices*. A rectilinear polygon is called x-
convex (y-convex) if the intersection of each horizontal (vertical) line with the
polygon is either one line segment or empty. A vertex of a rectilinear polygon is ...

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### Semordnilap

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