Shown is a large square made up of four shapes, and a separate square, labeled with an E. Using all five of the shapes (A through E) only once, can you form a second perfect square?
Was there supposed to be a picture here? I don't see one.
Although there is not a picture, here's the solution.
Shown is made of four triangles with the hypotenuse being outside, the you put four hypotenuse looking inside and you got a sqare shaped space where you would put E.
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