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|#592||I have the 5 tetrominoes, and I quintuplicate one, then I cuadruplicate other, I triplicate the 3rd one, duplicate the 4th one and I have the last one single.|
The area of the five pieces is 220 and I want to put them in the rectangle of smallest area. My best solution is: 13 x 18 = 234 - 220 = 14
|#593||as #592 but for pentominoes, from 1 single to one 12 times bigger. The area is: 3250|
|#594||I want to fill the biggest area rectangle with the tetrominoes inflated from 1 to 5, allowing overlaping squares, my best solution is: 1 to 5: 14 x 14 = 196 - 220 = 24|
Put the 12 pentominoes without repeating, from 1 single to one 12 times bigger in the smallest possible rectangle:
Miguel Aparisi Botella (Spain) found two solution in a 54 x 64 = 3456 rectangle:|
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Fill the biggest area rectangle with the inflated pentominoes from 1 to 12, allowing overlaping squares:
Miguel Aparisi Botella (Spain) found a solution in a 52 x 58 = 3016 rectangle:|
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