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lets say you created this quadrilateral desgin, describe it and write an explanation of why you chose certain shapes for parts of the overall design. You may also describe how the properties of certain shapes allowed them to line up or work in the aesthetics of your design

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    I'm thinking this prompt just wants you to discuss geometry. So you can mention that to get a solid part (with no gaps) you would choose shapes with \(90^\circ\) angles because they match up well. And that all angles at a given intersection within the solid area will add up to \(360^\circ\), which means the shapes take up the entire space around that intersection.

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    And I see you connected two quadrilaterals by their equal-length sides, which made the connection smooth and not jagged.

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    so i write 'to get a solid part (with no gaps) you would choose shapes with 90∘ angles because they match up well. And that all angles at a given intersection within the solid area will add up to 360∘, which means the shapes take up the entire space around that intersection'

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    Need one more sentence

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    its hard

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    Haha, and use you're own words!

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    are you a math major?

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    or student?

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    you math knowledge seems high

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    And I think you can get your third sentence from "And I see you connected two quadrilaterals by their equal-length sides, which made the connection smooth and not jagged." I'm assuming the point of the assignment was discussion of the geometry, which we are doing. But it's still bad to plagiarize. And here's what I meant about same-length sides (attachment)

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    I'm not, actually. I might go for a math minor. Thank you, though!

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    I'm in physics and computer science programs. So, even though I'm not in a math program, I learn a lot of math.

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    Thank you for your time

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    My pleasure! Take care! Good luck with anything else you have to do!

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    Do you know if hardware engineering require high level math?

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    Computer hardware

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    I'm not sure what that field requires, sorry!

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    Alright Thank you again!

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