In the Shrinking Squares puzzle, the major object of interest is a diagram. This page describes the diagram textually.
A large square with corners labeled A, B, C, and D is subdivided into four smaller squares. One subdivision square is tinted. The opposite subdivision square is itself subdivided into four yet smaller squares. Of these smaller squares, one is tinted, and the opposite is further subdivided into four yet smaller squares. The pattern continues with one square being tinted and its opposite square being subdivided to the limit of graphical resolution of the image.
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Page last updated 2 August 2001.