Land of lakes
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|Land of lakes|
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|Number of cells||32|
|Discovered by||Dean Hickerson|
|Year of discovery||2007|
The land of lakes is a "not-so-familiar four" composed of two bi-ponds. It evolves from a nine-cell pattern resembling an R-pentomino, shown below. The pattern has the integer construction 1635661.
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- Dean Hickerson. "Patterns formed from the digits of numbers". Retrieved on February 15, 2020.