For what number of non-overlapping unit squares can a figure be formed whose perimeter is numerically equal to the area?
(In reply to Some odds are possible
Indeed, I was assuming that new squares had to be flush with the others and meet at the corners. If we offset them then odd solutions are possible. At least, I found one:
I have to run and won't get back to this until tomorrow but I'll try to come up with a general method tomorrow if no one beats me to it.
Posted by tomarken
on 2014-07-09 16:53:11