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Q: What two shapes can not be tessellated?

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any shape even if it is not a polygon if u figure out how

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no it can not i have research it thoroughly i could not find any pictures of a regular decagon tessellated. i did but they all had different shapes so the answer is no it is not logically possible

In a normal plane, only regular polygons with interior angles that are a factor of 360o can be tessellated. This means only three shapes: the regular (equilateral) triangle, the regular quadrilateral (square) and the regular hexagon. If the line were considered a regular polygon (with only two sides) then it would also be included in this list.

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A chessboard is tessellated, so I assume it is a figure that is checkered.

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A square is one of the simplest shapes that can be tessellated. Tessellation is the means of using a repeated shape to build a larger shape with no gaps or overlaps.

Tessellated image can be one of two things 1 a repeating pattern, wether it be a bunch of blue squares or more complex shapes Or 2 what happens when a grid is displayed on a screen too low resolution to display it (happens all the time on my 1080p monitor) it's like if you look at a brick wall then woomera out on the pc, those lines that appear are tesselations

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