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Pentominoes 5x12

A pentomino is made up of five squares joined edge-to-edge, in such a way that each two of them have at least one side in common. There are twelve possible pentominoes and they are easy to remember because it is enough to remember the consonants and an I of the word FiLIPiNo, along with the last seven letters of the alphabet (TUVWXYZ).
Try to make or cover a 5x12 rectangle with the twelve blue pentominoes. If you need it, you can use the symmetrical ones of six of them that are green. Before clicking on the box to see a possible solution, please give it a try because there are 1010 solutions. Construcción realizada por José Mª Vázquez de la Torre Prieto @matesymas @josem_vazquez