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You can move only two matchsticks. Will two moves be enough for you to make eight squares of three different sizes?

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You can move only two matchsticks. Will two moves be enough for you to make eight squares of three different sizes?

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posted Nov 28, 2015 by anonymous

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answer Nov 28, 2015 by Jaikumar Bhatia
That's 9 squares. What you are looking for is 8 squares.



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