@article {MATHEDUC.06520644,
author = {Larson, Christopher and Malkevitch, Joseph},
title = {Polyiamonds.},
year = {2015},
journal = {Consortium},
volume = {108},
issn = {0889-5392},
pages = {3-9},
publisher = {COMAP (Consortium for Mathematics and Its Applications), Bedford, MA},
abstract = {From the text: Polyiamonds are geometric figures formed by attaching equilateral triangles edge-to-edge in the plane without creating holes. Two sample polyiamonds are shown. Figure 1 shows a polyiamond obtained from a simple (non-self-intersecting) polygon by subdividing it into equilateral triangles, while Figure 2 has ``internal" vertices. Our goal will be to show some properties of polyiamonds and indicate how much is still not known about these easy-to-describe and ``experiment with" geometric objects.},
msc2010 = {K30xx (K20xx)},
identifier = {2016a.00864},
}