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 A036444 Integer sided squares, no more than a(n) of any size, can tile the square with side n. 2
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 OFFSET 2,1 COMMENTS Eves (2001) illustrates that a(175) = 1. - Alonso del Arte, Jun 17 2013 REFERENCES Howard Eves, Mathematical Reminiscences. Mathematical Association of America (2001) p. 78 Fig. 7. LINKS Erich J. Friedman, Integer Square Tilings EXAMPLE a(7) = 3 since any tiling of a 7x7 square with integer squares has at least 3 of the same size. CROSSREFS Cf. A036444. Sequence in context: A016717 A031349 A200605 * A329505 A125583 A196619 Adjacent sequences:  A036441 A036442 A036443 * A036445 A036446 A036447 KEYWORD hard,nonn AUTHOR STATUS approved

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