I pity the fool who don't tesselate the plane Wallpaper patterns are patterns of symmetry that tessellate the plane from a given fundamental region. There are seventeen different types of wallpaper patterns. In the examples below, you homework in the 70s see the fundamental regions highlighted, as well as the translation vector generators that can be used to complete the pattern by translation, after the other isometries of the pattern are completed.
It is a collection of hexagons tesselating the ground - even in 3D at some points.
There seems to be a lot of hexagonal symmetry in nature.
If you give your students homework, you should die. I'm just saying. September 3,
Studies show today's students have more homework than previous generations