On 3 Dec 04 22:42:29 -0500 (EST), G. Maurice wrote: >An 11-gon does not have an actual name because the names that are 3 to >10 are based on latin.
G.Maurice,they are all GREEK ,and all have names. 11-gon [is not undecagon ] it is one +ten-gon= 'ena+deka-gon='endecagon=hendecagon(taking into account the DASEA ['] i.e. (accentuation)spirit. Regards from Athens, Panagiotis Stefanides <a href="http://www.stefanides.gr">http://www.stefanides.gr</a>
It is much simpler to just say 11-gon for an >11 sided figure. Or a 50-gon for a fifty sided figure. > >On 29 Nov 04 20:30:46 -0500 (EST), Corey Christensen wrote: >>Hello All, >>I have never posted here before, and stumbled across this site while >>searching for this question: "Why doesn't an 11-gon have an actually >>name like "decagon"?" Maybe you can help. It would be greatly >>appreciated. Thanks >>Corey Christensen