   # Can you rearrange the 64 squares on a chess board so that every row and column has an odd number of black squares?

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Can you rearrange the 64 squares on a chess board so that every row and column has an odd number of black squares? posted Apr 30
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YES,
Move one square from every even column to odd column.
Repeat the same process for rows. answer May 3 by anonymous

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