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(emphasis added) There are five 1-by-1 squares, five 2-by-2 squares, and one 3-by-3 square.

A small square in the corner of a big square still equals two squares. Four contiguous squares (touching left-right and top-bottom) equals five squares--their outer perimeter forms a square.

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