A digon is a two-dimensional polygon with two edges. In normal Euclidean space, it is degenerate, enclosing no area, but it can exist as a tiling of the circle.
In Euclidean space, it can be visualized as two line segments with shared endpoints.
Structure and Sections
Hypervolumes
Subfacets
- 1 null polytope (-1D)
- 2 points (0D)
- 2 line segments (1D)
- 1 digon (2D)
See Also
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Zerogon | Monogon | Digon | Triangle | Square | Pentagon | Pentagram | Hexagon | Heptagon | Heptagram | Great heptagram | Octagon | Octagram | Enneagon | Enneagram | Great enneagram | Decagon | Decagram | Hendecagon | Small hendecagram | Hendecagram | Great hendecagram | Grand hendecagram | Dodecagon | Dodecagram | Tridecagon | Small tridecagram | Tridecagram | Medial tridecagram | Great tridecagram | Grand tridecagram | Tetradecagon | Tetradecagram | Great tetradecagram | Pentadecagon | Small pentadecagram | Pentadecagram | Great pentadecagram | Hexadecagon | Small hexadecagram | Hexadecagram | Great hexadecagram | ... | Apeirogon | Failed star polygon (-gon) | Pseudogon (-gon) |
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Digon | Digon | Square |
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Monogon | Monogon | Digon |