Q: Can heptagon shape tessellate

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No.

There is no such polygon.

A seven-sided shape (polygon) is called a heptagon.

A seven sided shape is called a heptagon.

Yes, a 7 sided shape is a heptagon.

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True * * * * * No. The only regular polygons that will tessellate are a triangle, a square and a heagon. So a regular heptagon will not tessellate.

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No. Regular heptagons (seven sides) doesn't tessellate alone.

No.

There is no such polygon.

The heptagon (7 sided polygon) cannot tessellate. The exterior angle of the heptagon is 51.43 degrees which makes the interior angle 128.57 degrees.

A seven-sided shape (polygon) is called a heptagon.

No. Equilateral heptagons (7 sided figures) do not tessellate the plane. Not if no other polygons are allowed. But if you allow a (non-equilateral) pentagon then you might be able to tessellate the plane!

No convex polygon with 7 or more sides can tessellate.

A seven sided shape is called a heptagon.

A heptagon is a 7 sided polygon.

A regular pentagon will not tessellate.