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A regular pentagon and a regular octagon cannot tessellate on their own correct?

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No. Unless you use pentagons and octagons in a configuration similar to what is commonly found on a soccer ball

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thank you, i thought so

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I have no clue

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Thank you I thought so

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What you saying

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