hexomino


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hexomino

[hek′säm·ə‚nō]
(mathematics)
One of the 35 plane figures that can be formed by joining six unit squares along their sides.
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The figure below shows a minimal set of two pentominoes, three hexominoes, and four septominoes that suffice for all KG words with n = 5, 6, and 7.
In addition, the students not only found the eleven hexominoes that fold into a cube but also determined a total of thirty-five distinct hexominoe shapes.