Q: There are only three regular polygons that can make a regular tessellation?

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Strictly speaking, no, because a semi-regular tessellation must be based on regular polygons and rhombi are not regular polygons. However, octagons and rhombi can be used to make a non-regular tessellation.

No. Equilateral triangles will tessellate and a triangle has 3 sides, which is an odd number.

It they weren't equal is wouldn't make a tessellation.

Not a regular one.

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There are only three regular polygons which can make a regular tessellation?

Strictly speaking, no, because a semi-regular tessellation must be based on regular polygons and rhombi are not regular polygons. However, octagons and rhombi can be used to make a non-regular tessellation.

Triangle, square, hexagon.

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The only regular polygons are those with 3, 4 or 6 sides.

No. Squares and regular hexagons, both with an even number of sides, can make regular tessellations.

No. Squares and regular hexagons, both with an even number of sides, can make regular tessellations.

No. Equilateral triangles will tessellate and a triangle has 3 sides, which is an odd number.

No. Equilateral triangles will tessellate and a triangle has 3 sides, which is an odd number.

It they weren't equal is wouldn't make a tessellation.