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Sam Loyd's paradoxical dissection

Sam Loyd's paradoxical dissection

Missing square puzzle - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Missing square puzzle - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Can you solve the missing square puzzle?

Can you solve the missing square puzzle?

Missing square puzzle - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Missing square puzzle - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Quilters Puzzle (from My Quilt Place, Eileen Morison)  inspiration only.... love the idea of adding the black spaces

Quilters Puzzle (from My Quilt Place, Eileen Morison) inspiration only.... love the idea of adding the black spaces

Learning About Number Patterns with a Hundreds Chart

Finding Number Patterns Using a Hundred Chart (with Free Printables

Brain teaser - Picture Logic Puzzle - what's the answer math - what's the answer math puzzle. Fill in missing numbers in squares to get the correct result

Brain teaser - Picture Logic Puzzle - what's the answer math - what's the answer math puzzle. Fill in missing numbers in squares to get the correct result

Puzzle Piece Snowflake Ornament. This could be simplified for kids to do with just paint and glitter and not worry about Modge podge

Puzzle Piece Snowflake Ornament

Puzzle Piece Snowflake Ornament. This could be simplified for kids to do with just paint and glitter and not worry about Modge podge

The missing square puzzle is an optical illusion used in mathematics showing two 13×5 right-angled triangles, but one has a 1×1 hole in it. The key to the puzzle is the fact that neither of the 13×5 "triangles" is truly a triangle, because what appears to be the hypotenuse is bent; it actually does not maintain a consistent slope, even though it may appear that way to the human eye. A true 13×5 triangle cannot be created from the given component parts; Wikipedia

The missing square puzzle is an optical illusion used in mathematics showing two 13×5 right-angled triangles, but one has a 1×1 hole in it. The key to the puzzle is the fact that neither of the 13×5 "triangles" is truly a triangle, because what appears to be the hypotenuse is bent; it actually does not maintain a consistent slope, even though it may appear that way to the human eye. A true 13×5 triangle cannot be created from the given component parts; Wikipedia

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