How To Solve The Bigger Quadrilateral Puzzle

How to Solve the Bigger Quadrilateral Puzzle

The “paradox” might make it difficult for you to solve the larger quadrilateral puzzle. The puzzle consists of four congruent quadrilaterals, and a small square. However, the total area seems to be the exact same. The apparent paradox is a result of the fact that one side of the new, larger square is smaller than the original one. The solution is a matter of finding the angle between two opposing sides of each quadrilateral. This angle is known as the “sec2th” angle.

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