It is a "translational symmetry"
Here the tiles can be shifted or flipped vertically to fit with each other.
So it is a translational symmetry.
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The answer is (A). Translational.
Step-by-step explanation: In the given figure, a section of a tessellated plane is shown. We are to select out of the given choices the type of symmetry tessellated plane have.
We can easily see in the figure that the tessellated plane is shifted by some units to the right without any other change. And, if the translated plane is again shifted to the left by same number of units, we will get the original plane again. Therefore, there is translational symmetry.
There is no rotation, reflection or glide reflection.
Thus, the correct answer is (A).
Symmetry is obtained when the two figures are same.
The half part of the given figure is tiltes downward, hence to make them thsymmetric we need to translate the figure upwards.
Anden reflect on the downward image.
We get the reflectional and translational symmetry.
Answer is A. Translational.
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It has rotational symmetry of order 3 about the centroid of any triangle. Turning the pattern 120° gives you the same pattern.
This is a rotational symmetry.
A tessellated plane is a flat surface made by tilting of the plane using tiles. These tiles do not overlap neither they have gaps.
There is rotational symmetry in the given pattern. While rotating the pattern, at a certain angle, we get the same exact pattern, this is why it is a rotational symmetry.
introduction, methodology, results, discussion
an observational study is one which consists of actual observation to record data and then analyse the data.
there are a number of factors that should be analyzed before starting an observational study.
the main four factors are:
i) introduction: this should be analysed to check whether the purpose of the study is correctly established and the data recorded are appropriate for the study
methodology: the method of collecting the data, such as whether randomly selected, and whether sample size matches with the population to be studied, whether questions asked are easy to answer by common men, etc.
results: then results such as summary of data with comments should be studied thoroughly
discussion: the last is the discussion, this can be either by management people or persons who are all interested , etc.