Make three squares by moving just three matchsticks?
Put the middle 2 sticks in one of square. such that it will generate 4 squares.after that open any side of the same square. you will get 3 squares. (1 is the big square and 2 are small one)
the same,It could also be achieved via disturbing 2 sticks.
By moving exactly three matchsticks can you make the below equation true.It can be solved by 3 ways.
By moving three or less matchsticks make the equation appear correct?
Hint: Think out of box...
Moving only three toothpicks, can you make three identical squares from the arrangement below?
You can move only two matchsticks. Will two moves be enough for you to make eight squares of three different sizes?