Sparks Electrical News May 2015
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The Greek Cross THIS is a Greek Cross, composed of five identical squares. Peter wanted tomake it into a perfect square, so he started from the outside and snipped off four small pieces which he then fitted into the remaining shape, and indeedmade a perfect square.
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