Mathematicians like to create amusing puzzles, for example, 'geometric dissections'. By cutting a geometric shape into pieces and then rearranging them, they seek to create another shape with the same area (surface).
Here is a a nice example showing how a square can become a triangle and vice versa.
This project was developped for the magazine 'Campus Junior' of the University of Geneva.
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