



 
Marina, I get four equal lots each consisting of two triangles connected by a vertex: Draw a horizontal line through the center of the square, and also a vertical line through the middle of the square. Both lines go through the middle vertex of the M. So now the figure is separated into a top left triangle, a top right triangle, Lot A: The top left triangle and the little west triangle of the bottom left square. Lot B: The little triangles north and east of the bottom left square and the little north triangle of the bottom right square. Lot C: The little triangles west and south of the bottom right square and the little triangle south of the bottom left square. Lot D: The top right triangle and the little east triangle of the bottom right square. Claude  


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