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Q: What is the difference between a octagon and a regular octagon?

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If the octagon is a regular octagon (all eight sides and all eight angles are equal), then it is a regular polygon. If it is not a regular octagon (i.e. if it is an irregular octagon) then is it an irregular polygon.

An octagon is 2-dimensional, an octahedron is 3-dimensional.

A regular octagon has 8 sides.

A hexagon has six sides while an octagon has eight sides.

0 if it is irregular, 8 if it is regular. Probably some numbers in between are possible, too.

An 8 sided octagon can be either regular or irregular in shape.

A polygon with eight sides, regular or not, is an octagon. There isn't a special name for a regular octagon (other than "regular octagon").

A regular octagon has 8 sides similarly to an octagon. The name regular octagon means that all angles are the same, therefore inferring that all sides are of equal length.

A octagon is a octagon without the same angles as the others.

In a regular octagon, each angle is 135 degrees. If the octagon is not regular, then it can have as many as 6 right angles in it.

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

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

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