Consider the equilateral triangular lattice in the complex plane defined by the Eisenstein integers; let the ordered pair denote the complex number for . We define an -chessboard polygon to be a (non self-intersecting) polygon whose sides are situated along lines of the form or , where and are integers. These lines divide the interior into unit triangles, which are shaded alternately black and white so that adjacent triangles have different colors. To tile an -chessboard polygon by lozenges is to exactly cover the polygon by non-overlapping rhombuses consisting of two bordering triangles. Finally, a *tasteful tiling* is one such that for every unit hexagon tiled by three lozenges, each lozenge has a black triangle on its left (defined by clockwise orientation) and a white triangle on its right (so the lozenges are BW, BW, BW in clockwise order).

a) Prove that if an -chessboard polygon can be tiled by lozenges, then it can be done so tastefully.

b) Prove that such a tasteful tiling is unique.