It is the regular 7 sided heptagon whose interior angles are greater than the regular 3 sided triangle
It is the regular triangle whose exterior angles are greater than the regular heptagon
True * * * * * No. The only regular polygons that will tessellate are a triangle, a square and a heagon. So a regular heptagon will not tessellate.
It is the regular heptagon which has the larger interior angle. The rule is that as the number of sides of a regular polygon increases then the external angle decreases while the interior angle increases The summation of the interior and external angleof one vertex is 180 degrees.
Either could have a larger interior angle. If they were regular, then the interior angle of a triangle would be 60 degrees whereas that of a heptagon would be 128.57 degrees. The REGULAR heptagon would have a larger interior angle than a REGULAR triangle.
It is the regular equilateral triangle whose each exterior angle is 120 degrees
If they are both regular then the 7 sided heptagon has a larger interior angle than a 3 sided equilateral triangle.
It is the equilateral triangle that has the largest exterior angle of 120 degrees
There is no such regular polygon with 45 degree interior angles; the smallest interior angles in regular polygons are 60 degrees, which is found in a triangle.