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Tessellations | CoolMath4Kids
What are tessellations? Basically, a tessellation is a way to tile a floor (that goes on forever) with shapes so that there is no overlapping and no gaps.

Tessellations | What are they?
18 Sep 2016 at 11:19pm
What are Tessellations ? The word 'tessera' in latin means a small stone cube. They were used to make up 'tessellata' - the mosaic pictures forming floors and tilings ...

Tessellation - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Tessellations were used by the Sumerians (about 4000 BC) in building wall decorations formed by patterns of clay tiles. Decorative mosaic tilings made of small ...

Tessellation Town -- tessellations at Math Cats
Welcome to Tessellation Town, where the whole world is made of tessellations! Click and drag the puzzle pieces to build each part of the town.

Tessellations | TeachKidsArt
Tessellations are all around us! A tile floor is a good example. Encourage your students to find other tessellating patterns in the world around them.

Interactivate: Tessellate! - Shodor
Tessellate!: Create a tessellation by deforming a triangle, rectangle or hexagon to form a polygon that tiles the plane. Corners of the polygons may be dragged, and ...

Tessellation Creator - NCTM Illuminations
A tessellation is a repeating pattern of polygons that covers a plane with no gaps or overlaps. What kind of tessellations can you make out of regular polygons?

Math Forum: Tessellation Tutorials by Suzanne Alejandre
Tutorials and templates for making tessellations using ClarisWorks, the Geometer's Sketchpad, HyperCard, HyperStudio, and straightedge and compass, including step-by ...

Cool math Lessons - Geometry - What are Tessellations?
We usually add a few more rules to make things interesting! REGULAR TESSELLATIONS: RULE #1: The tessellation must tile a floor (that goes on forever) with no ...

Tessellation - Math is Fun
19 Sep 2016 at 10:13pm
Semi-regular Tessellations. A semi-regular tessellation is made of two or more regular polygons. The pattern at each vertex must be the same! There are only 8 semi ...



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