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Dissecting the square into five congruent parts. (English) Zbl 1322.05038
Summary: We give an affirmative answer to an old conjecture proposed by Ludwig Danzer: there is a unique dissection of the square into five congruent convex tiles.

05B45 Combinatorial aspects of tessellation and tiling problems
52C20 Tilings in \(2\) dimensions (aspects of discrete geometry)
square; dissection; five
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