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Not necessarily. A convex heptagon is a polygon but it need not have all sides and angles congruent.

Q: Is a convex heptagon a polygon where all sides and angles are congruent?

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The sum of the angles is 900 degrees - and the polygon does not need to be convex.

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with all sides equal (congruent) AND all angles equal (congruent). In these circumstnces the adjective "convex" is redundant.

That doesn't have a special name. If all the angles are also congruent (and convex), then it is called a regular polygon.

Convex polygons with congruent sides and congruent angles are called regular polygons.

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A convex polygon with congruent sides and congruent angles is a regular polygon.Some regular pilgrims have specific names: Equilateral triangle and square

The sum of the angles is 900 degrees - and the polygon does not need to be convex.

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congruent; congruent

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with all sides equal (congruent) AND all angles equal (congruent). In these circumstnces the adjective "convex" is redundant.

That doesn't have a special name. If all the angles are also congruent (and convex), then it is called a regular polygon.

Convex polygons with congruent sides and congruent angles are called regular polygons.

That is called a regular polygon.

900 degrees. And it does not have to be convex.

No. In a convex polygon the sum of the interior angles is (n-2)*180 deg where n is the number of interior angles. In a non-convex polygon this is not necessarily true.