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Union of squares (Posted on 2014-07-09) Difficulty: 3 of 5
For what number of non-overlapping unit squares can a figure be formed whose perimeter is numerically equal to the area?

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re: set of numbersJer2014-07-12 23:55:14
Solutionset of numbersLarry2014-07-10 10:57:00
an oddLarry2014-07-09 19:27:37
Solutionre: Some odds are possibletomarken2014-07-09 16:53:11
Some odds are possibleJer2014-07-09 13:30:53
and...Larry2014-07-09 12:16:28
Solutionre: Partial solution - another parttomarken2014-07-09 12:15:47
SolutionSolutionLarry2014-07-09 12:13:48
SolutionPartial solutiontomarken2014-07-09 12:10:07
Some ThoughtsTwo attemptsBryan2014-07-09 12:02:04
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