An [equilateral] triangle, square and hexagon are the only regular polygons which, by themselves, will tile a surface.
Triangles, squares and hexagons. That is if they all have to be the same. If you use different regular polygons, you can tile a flat surface with triangles and 12-sides or with squares and 8-sides for example.
The only ones are equilateral triangles, squares and regular hexagons.
No. Four regular polygons cannot be combined for this purpose.
Yes, but only with some polygons.
There are only three regular polygons which with tile. These a re a triangle, quadrilateral (square) and hexagon.This is because if there are n tiles meeting at a point, then the sum of the angles around that point must be 360 degrees - otherwise the polygons will overlap. The only regular polygons with interior angles that are factors of 360 are the ones mentioned above.
A regular octagon cannot tile a flat surface, it needs squares as fillers. An irregular octagon can tile a flat surface alone.
Yes you can. Envision a beehive - it is made of regular hexagons.
If it's interior angle is a factor of 360 then it will tessellate such as a square, a regular hexagon and an equilateral triangle.
regular polygons are the ones that all sides are equal