Q: What is a tessellating pattern?

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The tessellating shape can have 3, 4 or 6 sides.

Yes a unit for measure can be used as a tessellating shape:)

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Six. This is true even if the triangle is thin, flat, or scalene, unless it's an unusual tesselation.

Tessellation is using multiple copies of a shape, usually a polygon, to cover a plane without gaps or overlaps. Each copy of this single shape is a tessellating unit.

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The tessellating shape can have 3, 4 or 6 sides.

Yes a unit for measure can be used as a tessellating shape:)

The reguar polygons are triangles, quadrilaterals and hexagons.

It is tessellating where there are no gaps or overlaps.

by saying no

tessalating shapes are shapes that can be moved in different angles from one point of the shape

Yes. Bees are extremely good at tessellating regular hexagons in a honeycomb.

Six. This is true even if the triangle is thin, flat, or scalene, unless it's an unusual tesselation.

Tessellation is using multiple copies of a shape, usually a polygon, to cover a plane without gaps or overlaps. Each copy of this single shape is a tessellating unit.

Tessellation is using multiple copies of a shape, usually a polygon, to cover a plane without gaps or overlaps. Each copy of this single shape is a tessellating unit.

"yes"The answer above is incorrect. it was proven hundreds of years ago that regular pentagons do NOT tessellate. there are methods for tessellating pentagons, but they are not regularpentagons.yes the answer in the middle is write polygons can not tessellate

yes it can, it is quite easy to pick a non tessellate shape and pick another shape(tessellate or not) that when put together make a square and there you go.