The Tangram is a puzzle in which seven tiles are arranged to make various shapes. Four families of tangram shapes have been mathematically defined and their members enumerated. This paper defines a fifth family, enumerates its members, explains its taxonomic relationship with the previously-defined families, and provides some interesting examples
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