1. Start with one of the basic polygons on a piece of paper: a square, triangle or hexagon. 2. Draw any kind of line through the shape: diagonal, zigzag or curvy. 3. Draw another
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A matrix relates to math by being a scientific measuring unit. In other words, any shape can have a matrix that also has the plausibility to be measured.
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Only three regular tessellations exist: those made up of equilateral triangles, squares, or
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