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asked The optimal way of improving fluency in elementary maths techniques, whilst holding a 9-5 job?
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accepted What precisely is the difference between Euclidean Geometry, and non-Euclidean Geometry?
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revised What is it that determines the degree of a tile, and to what extent does the shape of a tile determine its degree?
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comment What is it that determines the degree of a tile, and to what extent does the shape of a tile determine its degree?
I'm referring to any tiling of the plane initially- I suppose, an additional question would be, to what extent does the type of tiling affect my question? Presumably the degree of a tile, and the symmetry group must be interconnected?
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comment What precisely is the difference between Euclidean Geometry, and non-Euclidean Geometry?
Thanks for an excellent illustration of how Euclidean and non-Euclidean Geometry differs, and you are very clear!
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revised What is it that determines the degree of a tile, and to what extent does the shape of a tile determine its degree?
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revised What is it that determines the degree of a tile, and to what extent does the shape of a tile determine its degree?
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asked What is it that determines the degree of a tile, and to what extent does the shape of a tile determine its degree?
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asked The product (or composition) of permutation groups in two-line notation?
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accepted Does the fact that a tiling is tile-uniform always guarantee that it is also vertex-uniform?
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revised Does the fact that a tiling is tile-uniform always guarantee that it is also vertex-uniform?
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