(2-2) Hexagram Eric Solomon An (m-n) solution has m regions of one color and n of the other. This is the only (2-2) solution known. There is no (1-1) solution (see proof.html), but there may be a (1-n) solution for n>1. |
Spiral Duncan Jones A (3-3) solution. |
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Plane tiler Andrea Gilbert Andrea has found a solution with matched opposing edges which therefore tiles the plane as indicated on the right. |
Plane tiling Andrea Gilbert Part of the infinite tiling. |
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(2-3) Hexagram Eric Solomon This, and Duncan Jones's Spiral (above), have the largest region of a single color so far found. |
Symmetrical dark shadows Jose Ruperez |
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Circles Graham Downes An elegant antisymmetric solution showing, or suggesting, ten circles. |
Concave, Convex Duncan Jones |
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8-Spot Kate Jones An antisymmetric solution with eight regions of each colour. The most fragmented hexagram reported. |
Half and Half Kate Jones |