No. "Septagon" is an incorrect word used by some to mean a 7-sided dimensional shape. The correct name for such a figure is a heptagon.
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another name for a septagon is a heptagon
Not sure about a septagon, but there are 14 diagonals in a heptagon.
No because a septagon is the same as a heptagon which is a 7 sided polygon
A septagon or an heptagon has 7 vertices and 7 sides
September, septuagenarian. Hepta- is a more common prefix for 7.
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That's a prefix used to multiply a unit by some power of 10 - most of them by a power of 1000. For example, milli = 1/1000, micro = 1/1,000,000, kilo = 1000, and Mega = 1,000,000.
A septagon is another word for a heptagon and the 7 inside angles add up to 900 degrees
There are 14 diagonals in a septagon. Another name for a septagon is heptagon. This is a seven-sided polygon. To figure the numbers of diagonals, you can use the formula 1/2 x [n x (n-3)], where n is the number of sides.
The correct name in English for a 7-sided polygon is "heptagon." The word "septagon" is used incorrectly by some who do not understand that the names of polygons are derived from Greek, not from Latin. The Latin word for "seven is "septem" but the Greek word is "hexa."
There's no difference because both words mean a 7 sided shape. However, "septagon" is an incorrect usage based on the supposition that the names of polygons are based on Latin, when in fact they are based on Greek. The correct name in English for a 7-sided, 2-dimensional figure is "heptagon."