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Q: Is it possible to tile a floor with copies of a regular polygon?

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no, u all suck

yes you can draw a picture to help

Yes

it is probably possible, but will be hard

Not with regular pentagons because each interior angle is 108 degrees which is not a factor of 360 degrees

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no, u all suck

yes you can draw a picture to help

Yes

it is probably possible, but will be hard

Since we can't see the floor plan you're supposedly looking at we can't answer this question definitively. However, most floor plans of more than a few rooms will have at least one quadrilateral that isn't a regular polygon, and since quadrilaterals can include two or more other quadrilaterals you need to literally 'think outside the box'. More simply, the question asks 'are there any quadrilaterals that aren't squares'.

Not with regular pentagons because each interior angle is 108 degrees which is not a factor of 360 degrees

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yes

Yes it is possible. Imagine regular square tiles cut into four pieces. The cuts would be from one corner to the opposite corner, similar to an X. Presto!! Triangles

yes

it can in accompaniment with squares.

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