tromino


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tromino

[′träm·ə·nō]
(mathematics)
One of the two plane figures that can be formed by joining three unit squares along their sides.
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Example of filling of a 12 x 8 rectangle with L-shaped trominoes.
To compare the experimental results obtained using Tromino with the results achieved by other measurement tools, we have also used two high resolution short-period seismometers (Teledyne Geotech Model S13).
At each floor the Tromino instrument was placed as close as possible to the mass centre of the building and close to the inner wall.
The 2-square domino can take only one shape but the tromino, tetromino, and pentomino can assume a variety of forms.
Find all the mathematically distinct polyominoes up to five squares at a time: monominoes, dominoes, trominoes, tetrominoes, and pentominoes.