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Heptagonal prism

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Heptagonal prism

Heptagonal prism
Type Uniform polyhedron
Faces 2 Heptagons
7 squares
Edges 21
Vertices 14
Vertex configuration 7.4.4
Wythoff symbol 2 7 | 2
Coxeter diagram
Symmetry group D7h, [7,2], (*722), order 28
Rotation group D7, [7,2]+, (722), order 14
Dual polyhedron Heptagonal bipyramid
Properties Convex semiregular
Vertex figure

In geometry, the heptagonal prism is the fifth of the infinite set of convex prisms formed by square sides and two regular polygon caps, in this case two heptagons.


The heptagonal prism can also be seen as a tiling on a sphere:

Related polyhedra

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