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OpenStudy (bbb911):

Geometry problem attachment included

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OpenStudy (bahrom7893):

what the heck is tesselation.. anyway lookin on google

OpenStudy (bahrom7893):

Sorry I really can't figure it out, can someone help her??

OpenStudy (anonymous):

well, a tesselation is made of regular polygons all meeting vertex to vertex (same points on each shape meet at the same place every time) a semi-tesselation is the same, but each bit is made of two shapes

OpenStudy (anonymous):

there's a nice explanation (more detail though) http://www.mathpuzzle.com/Tessel.htm

OpenStudy (anonymous):

tessellation??? hmm... searched it on google. I didn't understand a thing. a regular tessellation is the arrangement of highly symmetrical, congruent, regular polygons. It can on forever without lapses and such. a semi-regular tessellation is made by using two different polygons. hm. since the figure shows only one polygon, i think it's a regular. NOTE: I think. :))))))))

OpenStudy (anonymous):

yeah its regular

OpenStudy (anonymous):

because only one shape is used (an 'arrow like' rectangle - my made up name for that shape)

OpenStudy (anonymous):

LOL an arrow like rectangle. nice name. :)))

OpenStudy (anonymous):

:) does that make sense abby? otherwise ill explain it a different way

OpenStudy (bbb911):

Thank you

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