Closed 5 years ago.
You are watching: Divide a square into 4 equal parts
what are the possible ways to divide a square as 4 equal parts
It sounds like a homework. In reality yes, it has something to do with graphic design.
It is the kind of analisis of shapes and transformations that one make in the first semesters of a carreer.
You really need to imagine things, see things, and feel the answer.
A) It is enough if you simply modify some center lines in equal relationship to each sub-square, and rotate that segment 90°.
B) If you think of a square as part of a multi dimensional square pattern universe :o), you can invade each square with a twin square. You have two separated shapes, but together they are simply a split shape, but all 4 splited shapes are equal, so it is valid.
C) And if you think outside the box, I mean, the square, you can join this pices, move them an assemble them. Combine this with the first case and you achive interesting patterns.
See more: When Driving On Packed Snow You Would Need To Drive In Ice & Snow
This is the kind of thinking that you need to develop. But I am worried if you are studying design. You need to explore, not simply ask someone else.
Improve this answer
edited Jun 16 "20 at 10:44
answered Aug 31 "16 at 14:22
31.8k22 gold badges3030 silver badges8484 bronze badges
Add a comment |
Not the answer you're looking for? Browse other questions tagged diagram or ask your own question.
Featured on Meta
Creating a schematic diagram of an experiment
Create and Edit parallel "bus" lines in Inkscape
What is the best way to make arrows in circular shape?
How to bind the endpoint of a line to a rectangle/circle in Illustrator?
How to create a uniformly distributed dashed plot in a scatter graph in Adobe Illustrator CS4
What are the basic rules of "flat design"?
How to bend a rectangle along a path?
Colors for a diagram with unknown number of categories
How to demonstrate the efficiency of a dynamic factor in comparison with some constant coefficient with a chart?
Hot Network Questions more hot questions
Stack Exchange Network
site design / logo © 2021 Stack Exchange Inc; user contributions licensed under cc by-sa. rev2021.10.8.40416