I have a cross in the form of one square with four identical squares surrounding it
Cut it into the fewest number of pieces possible such that, when rearranged the pieces form two smaller crosses of identical size.
(In reply to 2 pieces?
by Dej Mar)
I would consider that a 'dead-end' or a 'T'
I think in the problem, he defines a cross "four identical squares
surrounding" to mean a cross must have four appendages coming out from
Of course.. by that note... that might mean my irregular 4 piece
crosses are incorrect and your 4 piece regular crosses are correct if
im to take "identical squares" literally
Posted by Highway6
on 2006-03-06 16:10:38