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It depends. Strictly speaking, a semi-regular tessellation uses two (or more) regular polygons and, since neither an isosceles triangle nor a parallelogram is regular, it cannot be a semi-regular tessellation. However, a less strict definition allows non-regular components.

Q: Is an isosceles triangle and parallelogram a semi regular tessellation?

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An isosceles triangle has two equal sides and one that isn't. A regular triangle has three equal sides.

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There is no such thing as a regular isosceles triangle. The only regular triangle is an equilateral triangle. Having said that, any triangle will produce regular tessellation.

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An isosceles triangle has two equal sides and one that isn't. A regular triangle has three equal sides.

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A regular polygon is one which has all equal sides. But in an isosceles triangle, only 2 sides are equal. The third side has a different measure.Thus an isosceles acute triangle is not a regular polygon.

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