Border Patterns and Tilings Practice

Border Patterns and Tilings Practice - Math 100-01 I—Term...

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Unformatted text preview: Math 100-01 I—Term 2008 Chapters 19-22 Practice EXAM 2 of 5 5.) For each strip pattern given below: (9 points) a.) Identify the isometries (T, V, H, G, R) that preserve the pattern. b.) Classify the type of pattern using the International Crystallographic Union notation. c.) Also classify the type of pattern using the common frieze names. AL AL AL AL AL AL AL AL AL AL AL AL AL AF AL AF AL AF AL AF AL AF AL AF 6.) Using the motif given below, draw the first 10 repetitions for each strip pattern that possesses the following ICU notation: (6 points) a.) mm 41 b.) pma2 A 7.) If you start with a square and a hexagon to form a vertex, how many different tiling patterns can you construct? Verify each answer with a number—labeled "vertex diagram”. l (7 points) 0 Math 100-01 I-Term 2008 Chapters 19-22 Practice EXAM 3 of 5 8.) For the 5 ﬁlings below: (12 points) a.) Determine Whether it is regular. semiregglar, demiregglar, or higher order . b.) Also, use the number notation to describe the vertex pattern(s) present. V.A‘V.A VQQVOA ‘ I.I V.A.V.A‘Y V.A I A‘V.A 0 o ‘. I 'A‘ I ...
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