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Three Dissections by Leonardo da Vinci
Dissection of a Regular Decagon into Three Pentagrams and Eight Pentagons
Dissection of a Latin Cross into a Square
Dissection of Five Equilateral Triangles into One
Dissection of a Regular Decagon into Two Pentagrams and Six Pentagons
Twist-Hinged Dissection of a Regular Polygon into a Polygram
Dissection of a Sphinx into a Triangle
Obtuse Random Triangles from Three Parts of the Unit Interval
Dissecting a Latin Cross into a Greek Cross
A Wide-Tie-Cross-to-Square Dissection
Decomposing a Regular Polygon with an Odd Number of Sides into Rhombuses and Triangles
Hanegraaf's Dissection of a Nonagon into a Triangle
Hinged Dissection of One Pentagram into Five Pentagrams
Langford's Dissection of Five Pentagons into One Pentagon
Largest Disk in a Convex Polygon
Twist-Hinged Dissection of Two Attached Squares into One Square
Twist-Hingeable Dissection of a Wide-Tie Cross to a Square
Twist-Hingeable Dissection of an Ellipse into a Heart
Dissecting a Trapezoid into a Parallellogram
Hinged Dissection of a Decagon into Two Pentagons and Two Pentagrams
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