A polyiamond (also polyamond or simply iamond) is a polyform whose base form is an equilateral triangle. The word polyiamond is a back-formation from diamond, because this word is often used to describe the shape of a pair of equilateral triangles placed base to base, and the initial `di-` looked like a Greek prefix meaning `two-`. ==Counting=...
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A shape made from identical equilateral triangles that have been joined at their edges. See also polyomino.
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