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You have at your disposal a large number of tiles like the one shown below.
If you were to take these tiles and try to make a square, what is the fewest number of tiles you'd need?
That's not the answer.
Try approaching the puzzle from a different angle and see where that takes you.
The key to this problem is realizing that the tiles have depth to them. Once you understand that you have a third dimension to work with, the rest should fall into place for you.
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