# Catalogue of Polynars

A *polynar* is a figure made of equal squares joined
at edges or half edges.
Here I show all the polynars of orders 1 through 4.
*Two-sided* polynars may be rotated and reflected.
*One-sided* polynars may be rotated but not reflected.

Polynars were first studied by László Molnár.
Previously, around 2004, Saturo Natsuki (夏木智) invented
some puzzles using
pieces made
with three cubes—three-dimensional trinars.

## Enumeration

Order | Two-Sided | One-Sided |

1 | 1 | 1 |

2 | 2 | 3 |

3 | 9 | 13 |

4 | 60 | 112 |

5 | 467 | 896 |

6 | 4226 | 8381 |

The figures below show two-sided polynars.

## Mononar

## Dinars

## Trinars

## Tetranars

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Col. George Sicherman
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