1: AAAAAA AAAAAA CBBBBD CBBBBD EEFFGG 2: AAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAA BBCCDEEFF BBCCDEEFF BBCCDEEFF BBCCGEEFF BBCCGEEFF BBCCGEEFF L.T. Pebody --------------------------------------------- Ed, I think, these puzzles have many solutions. See two of them below. (Please view in a fixed-width font such as Courier) Domino 3 3 2 +-----+-----+---+ | | | | | | | | | | | | | | +---+ 1 | | +---+ 1 +-----+-+---+---+ | | | 2 +-------+-------+ I-Triomino 3 +----+-----------+ | | | 2 | +-----------+ | | | 2 | +-----------+ | | | 2 | +-----------+ | | | 2 | +-----+-----+ 1 +----+-----+-----+ Regards, Igor Krivokon ----------------------------------------------- Got the first one: AAABBCCC AAABBCCC AAABBCCC AAABBCCC AAADECCC AAADECCC FFFFGGGG FFFFGGGG The trominoes: AAABBBCCC AAADDDDDD AAADDDDDD AAAEEFFGG AAAEEFFGG AAAEEFFGG AAAEEFFGG AAAEEFFGG AAAEEFFGG Joseph DeVincentis ----------------------------------------------- Ed: I've dissected a square into seven dominoes of size 1 (x5), 2 (x1), and 3 (x1). Also into seven tromnioes of size 1 (x2), 2 (x4), and 3 (x1). These are an interesting variation to the usual dissection into square tiles. Have you gone further than this or found something especially difficult? Bob Wainwright ----------------------------------------------