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Dual connectivity: split bearer related
There are 10 squares in the figure. Move 3 matchsticks to create 17 squares. Squares don't have to be equal in size?
Here 17 squares are- (1) ABCD, (2) GHIJ, (3) STUR, (4) CELM, (5) EFKL, (6) FKZJ, (7) KZWX, (8) LKXY, (9) MNYL, (10) NOPY, (11) PQXY, (12) QRWX, (13) CNXF, (14) MOQK, (15) EYWJ, (16) LPRZ, (17) CORJ
Move 2 match sticks to create 2 squares. The squares don't have to be equal in size.
Shown here are 14 squares. Now remove 2 matchsticks to leave 3 squares all different in size.
As you can see in the picture, 20 matchsticks have been used to form five squares. What you have to do is move two of the matchsticks in a manner that seven squares are formed.
Please note that you cannot overlap the matches or break them. The squares can be on any size but they must be closed squares.
By including only four matchsticks in below picture, you have to make "Four Triangles And Two Squares".
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