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Q: What is the difference between regular and irregular tessellations?

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Regular polygons have all equal length sides and irregular polygons do not.

No. Equilateral heptagons (7 sided figures) do not tessellate the plane. Not if no other polygons are allowed. But if you allow a (non-equilateral) pentagon then you might be able to tessellate the plane!

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A regular pentagon has all its sides of equal length and all its angles equal. An irregular pentagon does not. Several other differences follow from this distinction.

A regular octagon's angles and sides are all the same. As in the angles are the same, and the lengths of each side are the same. And irregular is basically the opposite of that.

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Regular solids have all sides the same, irregular solids have different sides.

Regular polygons have all equal length sides and irregular polygons do not.

the difference between the an irregular and regular solids are that an irregular solid has sides that are not even and you cant measuer with a ruler and you can not measuer it exactly. a regular solid you can measure without a problem with a ruler.

A sub-division of space into discrete elements. Raster surfaces sub-divide space into regular tessellations such as pixels. Polygons are examples of irregular tessellations.

regular polygon mean equal sides, equal angles irregular polygon mean it is not equal :)

A regular figure has no curves, no gaps, and ALL lines must be connected. An irregular figure is the opposite of that.

I am not positive but i think that a regular shaped object can be measured and an irregular can not Hope this helps :D

there are 8 possible semi-regular tessellations :) hop i can helpp .

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No. Equilateral heptagons (7 sided figures) do not tessellate the plane. Not if no other polygons are allowed. But if you allow a (non-equilateral) pentagon then you might be able to tessellate the plane!

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