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Frija: I count 40. 18 squares measuring one square in length, 9 squares measuring 2 squares in length, 4 squares measuring 3 squares in the length, 1 square measuring 4 squares in length, and 8 squares measuring a half a square in length.
A_Muse_Mint101: lol @ 1/2 a square; they are still 1by1 / 1x1 squares. But yeah, 40 unless you count the one the two "free floating" squares that make up 2 sides of a square in between themselves for 41 (granted 2 sides are invisible, the principle applies that there is a square located there).
Frija: And if you wanna be all philosophical about the whole thing, then there aren't any squares, because none of them can be perfectly square.
A_Muse_Mint101: Perfect schmerfect! -- I also can use fold lines to increase the number of "cubes" created, which are subjectively referred to as "3 dimensional squares". d;DP