Q: Why can a regular pentagon and regular hexagon be tiled together in a plane?

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Yes it can tile. * * * * * No, they cannot.

No.

Equilateral triangle, square and regular hexagon.

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Yes it can tile. * * * * * No, they cannot.

no

No.

They are plane figures bounded by straight lines.

Yes.

Both are polygons; plane figures with multiple sides, the pentagon having five angles and five sides; the hexagon having six angles and six sides.

A regular pentagon is a geometric object that is a plane figure with straight lines. It is a regular polygon with five sides.

Since a hexagon is a horizontal plane figure it cannot have a horizontal plane of symmetry.

Equilateral triangle, square and regular hexagon.

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Triangle, square and hexagon