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Cross cut (Posted on 2006-03-06) Difficulty: 4 of 5
I have a cross in the form of one square with four identical squares surrounding it
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Cut it into the fewest number of pieces possible such that, when rearranged the pieces form two smaller crosses of identical size.

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re: 2 pieces? | Comment 8 of 18 |
(In reply to 2 pieces? by Dej Mar)

I disagree...

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 the center.

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

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