It is known1 that any convex body $K$ in the plane can be
partitioned into $6$ equal-area pieces by $3$ concurrent lines
which meet at a point in $K$.
Call this a $6$-partition.
This result cannot be ...
The "quantum" version qTSPP of the number of totally symmetric plane partitions, contained in the cube $[0,n]^3$, is enumerated by