# Baiocchi Figures for Polynars

## Introduction

A *polynar* is a plane figure formed by joining
equal squares at edges and half-edges.
László Molnár used trinars in some of his puzzles.
A *Baiocchi Figure* for a polyform
is a polyform that the given polyform can tile,
having the maximum symmetry for its class of polyform.
For polynars, this is square symmetry.

Here I show the smallest known Baiocchi Figures for polynars with
1–4 cells.
If you find a smaller solution or solve an unsolved case,
please write.

Abaroth contributed
some of these solutions.

## Mononar

## Dinars

## Trinars

## Tetranars

### Unsolved

*Last revised 2019-03-28.*

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Col. George Sicherman
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