
A pentagon is a fivesided polygon. A regular pentagon is a fivesided equilateral polygon. Click on the blue points in manipulatives 1 and 2 and drag them to change the figure. 

Figure 1: Tessellation of a pentagon. Courtesy John Savard. Click on the image to see a full size version. 
Figure 2: Tessellation of a pentagon. 
Example  Name  Printable Net 

Dodecahedron  net_dodecahedron.pdf  
Icosidodecahedron  net_icosidodecahedron.pdf  
Pentagonal Antiprism  net_pentagonal_antiprism.pdf  
Pentagonal Prism  net_pentagonal_prism.pdf  
Pentagonal Pyramid  net_pentagonal_pyramid.pdf  
Rhombidodecahedron  net_rhombidodecahedron.pdf  
Rombicosidodecahedron  net_rombicosidodecahedron.pdf  
Snub Dodecahedron  net_snub_dodecahedron.pdf  
Truncated Icosidodecahedron  net_trunc_icosidodecahedron.pdf  
Truncated Cuboctahedron  net_truncated_cuboctahedron.pdf  
Truncated Icosahedron  net_truncated_icosahedron.pdf  
Truncated Octahedron  net_truncated_octahedron.pdf  
Truncated Tetrahedron  net_truncated_tetrahedron.pdf 
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