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A rectangle in Autodesk Inventor is a 2-dimensional object that has four sides, each of which are similar lengths. The dimensions of the rectangle are equal to one another, and the area of this particular object will be determined by multiplying its length by its width.

A polygon is a geometric shape that has straight edges and has at least three straight sides. There are many types of polygons, including triangles, quadrilaterals, pentagons, hexagons and heptagons. An Autodesk Inventor polygon is called a closed figure because it can't be easily cut through with a plane.

Inventor is a 3D modeling software widely used by engineers, architects, and designers. The software is used to create an accurate geometry of a design that can be turned into CAD drawings. Polygons in Inventor have many advantages such as improved accuracy and ease of use.

Autodesk inventor is a 3D modeling program that lets you construct almost any shape imaginable. This program comes with over 100 primitive objects, including spheres, cylinders, and polygons. There are many different types of polygons in Autodesk Inventor: pentagons, heptagons, octagons and so on.

To make a polygon shape, follow these steps: 1 Select Polygon from the ribbon Sketch tab Draw panel. 2 In the Polygon dialogue box, select the inscribed or circumscribed icon. 3 Choose the number of edges you want. 4 Select the polygon's centre. 5 Drag to determine the polygon's size.

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