Yes, all quadrilaterals will tessellate.
Yes, any quadrilateral will tessellate.
Yes like all 4 sided quadrilaterals a kite will tessellate.
A regular pentagon will not tessellate.
It depends on what shape the kite is.
Some 3D shapes will tessellate as for example a brick wall
a common kite shape is a diamond
Yes it does tesselate.
Usually not. A part of a circular shape will not.
Except a kite! * * * * * Wrong! All quadrilaterals will tessellate. Flip a kite over and fit it to another kite with their long sides lined up. Continue with the alternating up-down-up-down ,,, pattern. The orientation of kites for the rows above and below will become apparent.
An inverted kite is still a kite.
No it does not tessellate you have to pentagons in order for it to tessellate. * * * * * It is not at all clear what "have to pentagons" has to do with this. No polygon with 7 or more sides will tessellate. Octagons will tessellate if mixed with squares but that is not "proper" tessellation since it involved more than one shape.
Any shape tesselates any of its covering spaces.
It will tessellate if its vertices divide into 360 degrees evenly. The only regular polygons that will tessellate are an equilateral triangle, a square and a regular hexagon. There are other, non-regular, polygons that will tessellate.
YES, a regular shape has all the angles equal and a kite does not.
2 obtuse and 2 acute in the classic kite shape.
Yes, but only an infinite plane.