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THE CROSS AND THE TRIANGLE





(GREEK CROSS PUZZLES)
Cut a Greek cross into six pieces that will form an equilateral
triangle. This is another hard problem, and I will state here that a
solution is practically impossible without a previous knowledge of my
method of transforming an equilateral triangle into a square (see No.
26, "Canterbury Puzzles").

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