Q: Is there a pattern or rule for all tessellations regarding angle measurement?

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what is the measurement of an acute angle

An acute angle

No. An inclinometer only measures vertical angle with respect to gravity. A theodolite adds measurement of horizontal angle to that measurement.

It can be almost any measure but the important thing to remember is that vertical angles are congruent, so any angle that is vertical to another has the same measurement as the angle it is vertical to.

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A tessellation is a tiling pattern that fills a flat surface. Where the tiles meet at the corners, the corner angles must add up up to 360° so there are no gaps.

Tessellations of regular polygons can occur only when the external angle of a polygon is equal to a factor of 360. As such, the only tessellations of regular polygons can occur when the internal angles of a polygon are equal to a factor of 360. As such, the only regular polygons which tessellate are triangles, squares, and hexagons.

The total angle measurement is 720 degrees.

A congruent angle can also mean equal angle. So there is no set measurement of a congruent angle. Just the same as the angle it is equal to.

67.5 degrees

By knowing the measurement of the angle.

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A right angle

270

the side of an angle measurement

It is an isosceles triangle and the 3rd angle is 72 degrees.