This is not a paradox; it’s a quadrilateral. The slope on the red triangle (3:8 = 0.375) doesn’t match the blue triangle (2:5 = 0.4). The missing square is from the slopes creating a concave polygon when blue is on top and a convex polygon when blue is on bottom.

Source: mathispun and reblog from X

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