top button
Flag Notify
    Connect to us
      Site Registration

Site Registration

There are four sticks of length ‘a’ and four more sticks of length ‘b’. The length of ‘b’ is exactly half...............

0 votes
51 views

There are four sticks of length ‘a’ and four more sticks of length ‘b’. The length of ‘b’ is exactly half of the length of ‘a’. The task is to make three equal squares using the given 8 sticks.

posted May 18 by Mohammad

Looking for solution? Promote on:
Facebook Share Button Twitter Share Button LinkedIn Share Button




Similar Puzzles
0 votes

A polygon has exactly one side which length is 2, other sides' length are 1. Is it possible to draw an incircle to polygon?

Note: An incircle touches every side of a polygon and completely drawn within the polygon?

+1 vote

You are a farmer, with a round fenced field of radius 10 meters. You tie your goat to the fence with a rope, and realize that the goat can eat exactly half of the field. How long is the rope?

0 votes

enter image description here

Quadrilateral ABCD has the following properties:

Angle B and D are each right angle
AB and BC has the same length 1 unit.

What is the area of quadrilateral.

0 votes

Rohit has 6 wooden sticks of equal length.
He wants to join all of them in such a way that they make a regular polygon.
At what internal angle he has to join wooden stick with each other?

...