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Q: What does it mean when a figure tessellated?

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Yes. A regular tessellation can be created from either an equilateral triangle, a square, or a hexagon.

Answer: 360 degrees

The honeycomb cells are in the form of a tessellated regular hexagon (six equal sides).

A figure that is the same shape as another but could be a different size.

The outer boundary of a body or figure.

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no it can not i have research it thoroughly i could not find any pictures of a regular decagon tessellated. i did but they all had different shapes so the answer is no it is not logically possible

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