What would you like to do?
Esher started drawing the same thing so it intervealed with each other.
A CIRCLE CAN BE TESSELLATED.......... E.G "IF YOU CUT OUT 1 BAT YOU CAN MAKE A BAT TESSELLATION BECAUSE YOUR TRACING IT OVER AND OVER AGAIN..... SO THE ANSWERS IS YE…S ... in opposition... Circles can not be tessellated by themselves. The definition of tessellate includes the idea that there are no gaps in the repetition. The addition of the curved diamond shape to the circle can tessellate together. See M.C. Escher's works to see an exploration of tessellation such as a bat form, the space in between the repeating bats is just as important as the bat shape.
rotations and translations
regular hexagon, equilateral triangle, square
Regular Hexagon, Square, and Equilateral Triangle. (Apex)
it can tessellate * * * * * NO IT CANNOT! A regular polygon can be used to create a regular tesselation if and only if its interior angle divides 360 degrees. The interi…or angle of a regular pentagon is 108 degrees, which does not divide 360 degrees so it cannot be used for a regular tesselation. . Three pentagons meeting at a point would cover 3*108 = 324 degrees - not enough to cover the 360 degrees at a point. Meanwhile 4 pentagons would cover 4*108 = 432 degrees - resulting in a 72 degree overlap.
regular hexagon, square, equilateral triangle...apex
Yes. Bees are extremely good at tessellating regular hexagons in a honeycomb.