### Triangle — Square (3 pieces)

The dissection is hingeable.

### Square — Pentagon (4 pieces)

The dissection is slideable.

### Square — Hexagon (3 pieces)

The dissection is translational and slideable.

### Square — Heptagon (6 pieces)

### Square — Octagon (3 pieces)

### Square — Enneagon (6 pieces)

### Square — Decagon (4 pieces)

### Square — Hendecagon (7 pieces)

### Square — Dodecagon (4 pieces)

The dissection is slideable.

### Square — Tridecagon (7 pieces)

### Square — Tetradecagon (5 pieces)

### Square — Hexadecagon (6 pieces)

### Square — Octadecagon (6 pieces)

### Square — Icosagon (7 pieces)

### Square — Pentagram (5 pieces)

### Square — Hexagram (4 pieces)

The dissection is translational and slideable.

### Square — Heptagram (7 pieces)

### Square — Octagram [8/2] (5 pieces)

This dissection was discovered by Greg Frederickson.
This may well be the first hole dissection.

### Square — Octagram [8/3] (4 pieces)

### Square — Enneagram [9/3] (7 pieces with 2 turned over)

### Square — Decagram [10/2] (7 pieces)

### Square — Decagram [10/3] (7 pieces)

Square — Decagram [10/3] (6 pieces with 2 turned over)

### Square — Decagram [10/4] (6 pieces)

### Square — Dodecagram [12/2] (6 pieces)

### Square — Dodecagram [12/5] (7 pieces)

### Square — Greek Cross (2 pieces)

The dissection is translational.

### Square — Latin Cross (3 pieces)