The ancient Greeks were interested in being able to construct a square with area equal to that of a circle, using just a compass and a straightedge. This is the famous “squaring a circle” problem. We now know that it is impossible to so, at least in a finite number of steps. But here is an ambigrammatic solution to this famous problem (tongue firmly planted in cheek). We call this design “Squaring a circle by circling a square!”
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