Which figures were the reviewers' favorites for illustrating their reviews?:
- Pour La Science:
- Hinged dissection of a triangle to a square (Fig. 1.1)
- Element for {12} (Fig. 10.16)
- Hingeable {12} to a square (Fig. 10.17)
- Superposition of tessellations for a dodecagon to a square (Fig. 10.18)
- Hinges for a dodecagon to a square (Fig. 10.19)
- {5} unfolded II (Fig. 11.18)
- Crossposition II: pentagons and squares (Fig. 11.19)
- Hinges for {5} to {4} (Fig. 11.20)
- Pentagon to a square (Fig. 11.21)
- {6/2} unfolded (Fig. 11.22)
- Crossposition: hexagrams and squaresh (Fig. 11.23)
- Hingeable dissection of a hexagram to a square (Fig. 11.24)
- Hinges for a hexagram to a square (Fig. 11.25)
- Crossposition: {G} and {6} (Fig. 11.42)
- Hinges for {G} to {6} (Fig. 11.43)
- Greek Cross to a hexagon (Fig. 11.44)
- Superposition of tessellations for an octagon to a square (Fig. 12.1)
- Equal triangles (Fig. 12.2)
- Hingeable octagon to a square (Fig. 12.3)
- Hinged pieces for an octagon to a square (Fig. 12.4)
- Twist-hingeable dissection of a triangle to a square (Fig. 22.7)
- Intermediate configurations for a twist-hingeable triangle to a square (Fig. 22.8)
- Twist-hingeable dissection of a dodecagon to a square (Fig. 22.30)
- Twist-hingeable dissection of a hexagram to a hexagon (Fig. 22.46)
- American Scientist
- Hinged dissection of an {8/3} to an octagon (Fig. 15.10)
- Newsletter of the Belgian Mathematical Society
- Hinged dissection of a triangle to a square (Fig. 1.1)
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