Q: What regular figure can be used with a regular octagon to tessellate the plane?

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A regular octagon can tessellate the plane when combined with regular squares. By placing a square in the center of the octagon and surrounding it with eight octagons, the shapes can be repeated infinitely, filling the plane without gaps or overlaps

No. To tessellate a plane you would also need squares.

No.

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A regular octagon will not tessellate but an irregular one can.

No.

A regular octagon can tessellate the plane when combined with regular squares. By placing a square in the center of the octagon and surrounding it with eight octagons, the shapes can be repeated infinitely, filling the plane without gaps or overlaps

No. To tessellate a plane you would also need squares.

circles and octagon do not tessellate as they overlap each other or leave spaces between them.

An 8-sided plane figure is an octagon.

No.

A plane figure with eight sides is an octagon.

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An eight-sided plane figure is an octagon. If the sides are all the same length, and the angles are all equal, it is a regular octagon.

It has two regular polygons which can be used together to tessellate a plane.