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A diagonal is a line segment which joins two vertices which are not adjacent. It can also be said as a line joining two corners of a polygon and is not an edge.

The word “diagonal” is derived from ancient Greek word “diagonios”, where dia means “through” or “across”, gonia means “angle” and later adapted in Latin as “diagonus” meaning “slanting line”.

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