The following puzzle prompted me to write this post: "A figure is drawn on checkered paper that needs to be cut into 2 equal parts (the cuts must pass along the sides of the squares.)" (parts are called equal if, after cutting, they can be superimposed on one another, that is, if one of them can be moved, rotated and (if need to) flip so that they completely coincide) (see the first picture below).
I could not solve it manually and wrote a procedure called CutTwoParts that does this automatically (of course, this procedure applies to other similar puzzles). This procedure uses my procedure AreIsometric published earlier https://www.mapleprimes.com/posts/200157-Testing-Of-Two-Plane-Sets-For-Isometry (for convenience, I have included its text here). In the procedure CutTwoParts the figure is specified by the coordinates of the centers of the squares of which it consists).
I advise everyone to first try to solve this puzzle manually in order to feel its non-triviality, and only then load the worksheet with the procedure for automatic solution.
For some reason, the worksheet did not load and I was only able to insert the link.