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4×4×4 using Congruent Polyominoes


Analysis and Copyright : ISHINO Keiichiro (2005).

  1. Tetrominoes
  2. Pentominoes
  3. Hexominoes
  4. Heptominoes
  1. Octominoes
  2. Nonominoes
  3. Decominoes
  4. Undecominoes
  1. Dodecominoes
  2. Tridecominoes
  3. Tetradecominoes
  4. Pentadecominoes
  1. Hexadecominoes

Pentominoes

Piece#Shape×SolsSols
(inside holes)
Remark
2
OOOO
O...
12 5,154 16
3
OOOO
.O..
12 14,225 46
4
OOO
OO.
12 17,660,562 1,559
5
OOO
O.O
12 198 0
6
OOO
O..
O..
12 106 0
7
OOO
.O.
.O.
12 5 0
8
OOO.
..OO
12 807 7
9
OO.
.OO
.O.
11 1 11 F-Pentominoes
10
OO.
.OO
..O
11 753
11
OO.
.O.
.OO
11 4
12
.O.
OOO
.O.
8 8
13
OOO O..
O.. ...
12 1,071 1
1417
OOO .O.
O.. ...
12 352 1
1520
OOO ..O
O.. ...
12 8 0
1621
OOO ...
O.. O..
12 1,531 1
18
OOO .O.
.O. ...
11 88
19
OOO ...
.O. .O.
11 772
22
OO O.
OO ..
12 6,182,753 833
2325
OO. .OO
O.. ...
12 117 0
24
OO .O
O. O.
11 20,000
2627
OO. .O.
.OO ...
11 1,944
2829
OO. ...
.O. .OO
10 25
thankful to Klaas Jan Damstra for inside holes

Jul 1, 2005 by k16@chiba.email.ne.jp