8 Questions
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Questions and Answers

- 1.What is a tessellation?
- A.
A series of intersecting rays.

- B.
An image created by repeating shapes that cover a plane and have no gaps or overlaps.

- C.
An image made up of only squares that can be flipped or rotated.

- D.
An photograph taken in an outdoor setting.

- 2.To say that a group of polygons are congruent means...
- A.
That they are different from all other shapes pictured.

- B.
That their sides are between 3'' and 8'' in length.

- C.
That they are all the exact same size and shape.

- D.
That there are 6 or more polygons in the group.

- 3.To be considered a regular tessellation a tessellation must...
- A.
Be made up of congruent regular polygons

- B.
Be composed of normal colors.

- C.
Have angles that all measure 20 degrees.

- D.
Include a four sided polygon.

- 4.How many semi-regular tessellation combinations are possible?
- A.
There are endless possibilities.

- B.
18

- C.
8

- D.
3

- 5.What 3 regular polygons tessellate in the Euclidean plane?
- A.
Triangles, hexagons, circles

- B.
Triangles, squares, hexagons

- C.
Squares, triangles, circles

- D.
Squares, hexagons, polygons

- 6.In relation to polygons, what does the word vertex mean?
- A.
It is the ray that cuts through the images.

- B.
It is the approximation of the angles.

- C.
It is the point where the lines of the polygons meet.

- D.
It is the point where the ray crosses the axis.

- 7.What is the angle measure of degrees for a triangle?
- A.
108 degrees

- B.
60 degrees

- C.
90 degrees

- D.
More than 120 degrees

- 8.What is the angle measure of degrees for a hexagon?
- A.
120 degrees

- B.
30 degrees

- C.
90 degrees

- D.
More than 120 degrees