A Blue and Yellow Tessellation Made with Semicircles

blue and yellow

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10 Responses to A Blue and Yellow Tessellation Made with Semicircles

  1. teachezwell says:

    Can you share how you did that? It’s eye-boggling!

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    • Sure! It’s a tessellation of squares made with Geometer’s Sketchpad, but with each square-side replaced by two semicircles, pointed in opposite directions. After making that with Sketchpad, I took a screenshot, then added the colors using MS-Paint. If you look me up on Facebook (see “Contacting RobertLovesPi”), you’ll see I have something similar as my cover photo there, but using triangles instead of squares for the tessellation.

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