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i dont understand how this is possible...idk maybe i'm just stupid.

first i made an 8" x 8" grid on paper with a ruler, then i cut it up and rearranged the shapes to make a 5" x 13" grid...i got really confused and decided to get on gimp and try and make it more precise, but it didn't make a difference...infact i think it's less precise than my paper model

[Edited by moderator dstates, 10/28/2012 10:59:35 PM]

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maybe that is just part of my crappy editing, as it works **almost** perfectly with paper and scissor cuts.

That would make sense though, because 64 and 65 aren't that far apart?

If you did it in blocks, like the green triangle would not have a straight hypotenuse but more like a step type hypotenuse (i.e. not flat) then it wouldn't have worked.

Just how it is.

[Edited by DABhand, 10/29/2012 4:21:24 AM]

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__Link__you're all right. with a more precise model, i could see that the hypotenuse of both triangles do not touch, and combined with the angles from the other 2 polygons, the gap between all the shapes makes a very skewed parallelogram with enough space to account for

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[Edited by moderator dstates, 10/29/2012 6:43:35 AM]

maybe that is just part of my crappy editing, as it works **almost** perfectly with paper and scissor cuts.

That would make sense though, because 64 and 65 aren't that far apart?

Yeah they are like one number apart...

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