This is the third part of a number of different activities involving Voronoi diagrams.
There is a printable worksheet on which you can draw Voronoi diagrams using the good, old-fashioned compasses, pencil and ruler method:
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Can you think of a reason why the Voronoi diagram below contains curved edges?
Diagram created by delugetheory with more details on Brilliant Maps.
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