   # Is it possible to divide a square into five congruent polygons?

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The picture shown demonstrates that you can divide a square into four congruent polygons. Is it possible to divide a square into five congruent polygons? posted May 3
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Add four parallel lines and split the square into five rectangles,each with the same side as the square. answer May 8

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