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Show that the only regular figures that fills the plane are the triangle, the square and the hexagon.
Regular tessellations are patterns made up of repeated shapes that cover a flat surface without any gaps or overlaps. These shapes are all the same size and shape, and the pattern can continue infinitely in all directions.
The three types of regular tessellations are called regular triangles, regular hexagons, and regular squares. These shapes can fill a plane without leaving any gaps or overlaps.
Regular tessellations have repeating shapes that are all the same size and shape, while irregular tessellations have different shapes and sizes that fit together without any gaps or overlaps.
Regular tessellations are important in mathematics because they demonstrate symmetry, geometry, and the concept of infinity. They also have real-world applications in architecture, art, and design.
No, not all shapes can be used to create a regular tessellation. For a shape to be able to form a regular tessellation, the angles of the shape must be able to fit together without any gaps or overlaps.