# 64=65?

In the top of the figure there’s a rectangle made of 65 little squares (5 times 13), in the bottom a square composed by 64 little squares (8 times 8).It seems that the two polygons are equidecomposable, and so they have the same area. Instead...

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Geoboard and squared paper (2D geometry)