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Tessellation
Tesselation
5.4
Tesselation
What is tesselation?
A
tessellation
is a pattern of recurring shapes that fills a plane without leaving empty spaces or overlapping.
The diagram below shows some examples of tessellation.
Example 6
Determine whether each of the following patterns is a tessellation.
Solution:
A tessellation consisting of pentagons only.
Not a tessellation because it has a shape which does not recur, which is a square.
A tessellation consisting of combination of equilateral triangles and squares.
A tessellation consisting of the recurring patterns without overlapping.
Tesselation
5.4
Tesselation
What is tesselation?
A
tessellation
is a pattern of recurring shapes that fills a plane without leaving empty spaces or overlapping.
The diagram below shows some examples of tessellation.
Example 6
Determine whether each of the following patterns is a tessellation.
Solution:
A tessellation consisting of pentagons only.
Not a tessellation because it has a shape which does not recur, which is a square.
A tessellation consisting of combination of equilateral triangles and squares.
A tessellation consisting of the recurring patterns without overlapping.
Chapter : Congruence, Enlargement and Combined Transformation
Topic : Tessellation
Form 5
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