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TO POLY :N
REPEAT :N [ FD 40 RT 360/:N]
END

It was while experimenting with the procedure above that the three overlapping motifs below were produced. In each case the motif is a regular dodecagon.

      Why not experiment with different values of N?

To what extent will sets of Ngons overlap and produce differing tiling patterns?

What happens if N is very large? You might want to make the distance you travel forward smaller to see what happens. If you are struggling, why not look at First Forward into LOGO numbers 4 and 6 and also in LOGO Challenge 10 - Circles .