The pluperfect square is the smallest perfect square - a square which consists entirely of smaller squares, each of a different size. (This is not to be confused with the common conception of a perfect square - a number that is the square of an integer.)

The current pluperfect square consists of 21 squares and was discovered in 1978. The topic itself has relations to topography and Euclidean geometry, but little application.

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