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A polyomino is a plane geometric figure formed by joining one or more equal squares edge to edge. It is a polyform whose cells are squares. It may be regarded as a ...

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Polyomino. A polyomino is a generalization of the domino to a collection of squares of equal size arranged with coincident sides. Polyominos were originally called ...

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Polyominoes and Other Animals Connected subsets of the square lattice tiling of the plane are called polyominoes. These are often classified by their number of ...

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Polyominoes of Order 1 Through 4. These puzzles use the 1 monomino, 1 domino, 2 trominoes, and 5 tetrominoes, for a total of 29 squares. Squareplus (design from ...

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Polyominoes are figures formed of congruent squares placed so that the squares share a side. For example, this is not a polyomino because the squares share only a ...

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Polyominoes is a challenging game and puzzle. Included are 100 different boards to choose from. You can play the polyomino game against the computer, or use a ...

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0001001010001011 for 4.5, etc. From their symbols we could directly make conclusions about the symmetry: every reversible word denotes polyominoes with a sense ...

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Talk:Polyomino. WikiProject Mathematics (Rated Bclass, Lowimportance) This article is within the scope of ... All references to polyominoes in Wikipedia, ...

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A polyomino (or simply omino) is a finite collection of orthogonally connected cells. The mathematical study of polyominoes was initiated by Solomon Golomb in 1953.