This is an ALTERNATE tangram version of the Imaginary Number i. The first one (video #3) was one I created. I found this one online and tweaked it a bit for this video. I think it is much better! I decided to keep both versions online so that those trying to solve these puzzles realize there is more than one way to design a silhouette of something to then put into tangram form.
I presented one possible solution. There are others. There is no audio in video.
This is the fifteenth of several puzzles that will have a mathematical theme to them.
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