PolySquareRhombi

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PolySquareRhombi are formed from two pieces: a square and a rhombus. They are confined to the semi-regular snub square grid, with alternating squares and rhombi. The pieces resemble polyominoes with wavy edges, and there may be up to four versions of each polyomino, depending upon symmetry and parity.

 MonoSquareRhombi - 2 (2 tiles: 1 square, 1 rhombus)

     

 DiSquareRhombi - 1 (2 tiles: 1 square, 1 rhombus)

       

 TriSquareRhombi - 5 (15 tiles: 8 squares, 7 rhombi)

1 2 3 4 5

 TetraSquareRhombi - 10 (40 tiles: 20 squares, 20 rhombi)

1 2 3 4 5
6 7 8 9 10

 

 For higher orders of PolySquareRhombi, the number of pieces is as follows:

 PentaSquareRhombi - 38 (190 tiles: 94 squares, 96 rhombi)

 HexaSquareRhombi - 110

 HeptaSquareRhombi -

 OctaSquareRhombi   -

 

 

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