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## 'Tessellate the Triominoes' printed from http://nrich.maths.org/

This shape is called a triomino - it is three squares joined together to make an "L":

Can you cover the grid below with triominoes?

Explain what you did and please send us a picture of your finished grid.

Click on the cross and drag a triomino onto the grid. Then you can use the arrow keys to turn it around.

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What happens when you try fitting the pieces into this grid?

Can you explain why?

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