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divide a square into eighths

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5 squares. One 2 by 2 square and four 1 by 1 squares.

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A standard checkers or chess board has eight rows of eight squares in alternating colors, light and dark, for5 a total of 64 same-sized squares. However, as a trick question, four of these squares may be arranged to be a square (and these overlap). You could have 3x3 squares, 4x4, 5x5, 6x6, and 7x7 squares, and of course the whole board is one big 8x8 square.

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divide a square into eighths

Ok, here goes. There are 64 1x1 squares on a standard checkerboard. There are 204 total squares on an eight-by-eight checkerboard. 64 1x1 squares, 49 2x2 squares, 36 3x3 squares, 25 4x4 squares , 16 5x5 squares, 9 6x6 squares , 4 7x7 squares, 1 8x8 square, Hope this helps! Forthfriend.

Ok, here goes. There are 64 1x1 squares on a standard checkerboard. There are 204 total squares on an eight-by-eight checkerboard. 64 1x1 squares, 49 2x2 squares, 36 3x3 squares, 25 4x4 squares , 16 5x5 squares, 9 6x6 squares , 4 7x7 squares, 1 8x8 square, .

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