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Move 3 matchsticks to create 2 rhombuses. (also known as diamonds) The 2 rhombuses must be equal in size.
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11 hours
ago
by
Prachi Sharma
matchsticks
visual
logic
geometry
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Add 2 matchsticks to divide the shape into two parts with same area.
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1 day
ago
by
Udita
matchsticks
visual
puzzle
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Can you move 4 matchsticks to have 6 equilateral triangles?
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2 days
ago
by
Anil Chaurasiya
matchsticks
visual
geometry
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Remove 3 matchsticks to have 3 triangles remaining.
posted
5 days
ago
by
Rahul Chandel
matchsticks
visual
logic
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How would you place 4 matchsticks to create a node value of exactly 20?
posted
6 days
ago
by
Nikhil Pandey
matchsticks
puzzle
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MOVE four matchsticks to convert the ship into eight triangles.
posted
Mar 31
by
Manish Tiwari
matchsticks
visual
geometry
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Add two matchsticks to the layout below to divide the area into two parts.The two parts must be equal in size and shape.
posted
Mar 30
by
Parampreet Kaur
matchsticks
visual
puzzle
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Add 3 matchsticks to the layout to divide it into 2 parts equal in shape and size.
posted
Mar 29
by
Kuldeep Apte
logic
matchsticks
visual
puzzle
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Move two matchsticks to create two identical triangles.
posted
Mar 27
by
Maninder Bath
matchsticks
visual
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Can you move 1 matchstick to create 2 triangles?
posted
Mar 25
by
Nimish
matchsticks
visual
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What is the maximum number you can create by adding exactly 3 matchsticks?
posted
Nov 19, 2019
by
Dilbagh
logic
matchsticks
visual
puzzle
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You need to remove two matchsticks to make below equation correct ?
posted
Mar 9, 2019
by
Anamika
logic
matchsticks
visual
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By moving exactly three matchsticks can you make the below equation true.It can be solved by 3 ways.
posted
Dec 21, 2018
by
Rajni
logic
matchsticks
visual
puzzle
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You need to move four matchsticks to make matchsticks equation true.
posted
Dec 11, 2018
by
Aman
matchsticks
logic
visual
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Move 4 matchsticks to create 5 triangles, the triangles don't have to be equal in size.
posted
Dec 6, 2018
by
Ritika
matchsticks
visual
geometry
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How can you create 3 quadrilaterals by moving exactly 3 sticks?
posted
Jan 4, 2018
by
Kuldeep Apte
matchsticks
visual
logic
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How to calculate the day of the week for a given date?
posted
Dec 29, 2017
by
Panchika Trivedi
matchsticks
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Create a three dimensional cube moving 3 sticks.
posted
Nov 28, 2017
by
Pardeep Kohli
logic
visual
matchsticks
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Move 2 match sticks to create 2 squares. The squares don't have to be equal in size.
posted
Nov 22, 2017
by
Aarati Mahajan
matchsticks
logic
visual
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There are 10 squares in the figure. Move 3 matchsticks to create 17 squares. Squares don't have to be equal in size?
posted
Nov 13, 2017
by
Rahul Chandel
logic
matchsticks
visual
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Shown here are 14 squares. Now remove 2 matchsticks to leave 3 squares all different in size.
posted
Nov 10, 2017
by
Manish Tiwari
logic
matchsticks
visual
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Can we make a rectangle using 10 match sticks of identical size?
posted
Oct 22, 2017
by
Deen Benz
matchsticks
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vote
Can you remove 4 matchsticks and rearrange all the remaining matchsticks?
posted
Jul 5, 2017
by
Atindra Kumar Nath
matchsticks
logic
visual
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You have to divide the given square into 4 equal parts by adding nine matchsticks.
posted
Apr 24, 2017
by
Dilbagh
logic
matchsticks
geometry
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vote
You need to remove two matchsticks to make below equation true. Can you do it?
posted
Apr 18, 2017
by
Varun Kumar
logic
matchsticks
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What is the relationship between these matchsticks pictures below?
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Apr 10, 2017
by
Pushpak Chauhan
logic
visual
matchsticks
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Move a single matchstick to make the following expression true: 6+4=4
posted
Mar 8, 2017
by
anonymous
logic
matchsticks
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vote
Can you remove 6 matchsticks and ensure after removing we are left with three triangle and all are of not the same size?
posted
Feb 20, 2017
by
Varuna Magar
logic
matchsticks
visual
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What is the next number in the matchsticks number sequence below?
posted
Jan 30, 2017
by
Puneet Batra
matchsticks
number puzzle
logic
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You need to remove four matchsticks from the picture below and still need to maintain the following original image.
posted
Jan 23, 2017
by
Swati Arora
visual
matchsticks
logic
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Using exactly three matchsticks, can you divide the area into two equal parts?
posted
Jan 16, 2017
by
Upma
logic
matchsticks
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Move 1 matchstick to fix the equation in the picture below.
posted
Dec 21, 2016
by
Sandeep Bedi
logic
matchsticks
riddle
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Correct the equation by moving one match stick.
posted
Dec 16, 2016
by
Samardeep Acharya
mathematical
matchsticks
logic
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Double the area of the rectangle by rearranging matchsticks and adding two more?
posted
Oct 10, 2016
by
anonymous
logic
matchsticks
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Move four sticks to turn the tower upside down. The form and the structure of the tower should not change...
posted
Oct 10, 2016
by
anonymous
logic
matchsticks
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Move one matchstick to make below equation correct.
posted
Oct 1, 2016
by
anonymous
matchsticks
logic
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In the image below, you can see two glasses and two matchsticks. You need to move four matchsticks in such a............
posted
Jul 14, 2016
by
Tapesh Kulkarni
visual
matchsticks
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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?
posted
Nov 28, 2015
by
anonymous
logic
matchsticks
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By including only four matchsticks in below picture, you have to make "Four Triangles And Two Squares".
posted
Oct 21, 2015
by
Harshita Dhaliwal
logic
visual
matchsticks
drawing
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By changing the position of only one arrow, correct the below equation.
posted
Jul 24, 2015
by
Varun Kumar
logic
matchsticks
visual
drawing
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You can move only two matchsticks in the given picture. What is the highest number you can form by doing it ?
posted
Jul 8, 2015
by
Mohammad
logic
visual
matchsticks
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In the given figure, move three matchsticks so that the resulting figure contains two rectangles.
posted
Jan 12, 2015
by
Anamika
matchsticks
visual
drawing
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How will you do it?
posted
Sep 11, 2014
by
Rajni
logic
drawing
matchsticks
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Can you arrange these matchsticks ?
posted
Aug 12, 2014
by
Mishthy Mukherjee
logic
visual
matchsticks
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Move two matchsticks in a manner that seven squares are formed.
posted
Aug 2, 2014
by
Upma
matchsticks
visual
logic
drawing
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Can you turn this spiral into two squares by moving exactly three sticks?
posted
Jun 30, 2014
by
Pushpak Chauhan
logic
visual
matchsticks
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Move any four matches to get 3 equilateral triangles only .
posted
Jun 26, 2014
by
Ritika
mathematical
matchsticks
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Can you place six matchsticks in a manner that each of the matchstick is in touch will the other five matchsticks ?
posted
Jun 20, 2014
by
Kuldeep Apte
matchsticks
visual
+1
vote
There is a fly in the wine glass. What you have to do is move two sticks such that the fly is out of the glass ?
posted
Jun 19, 2014
by
Maninder Bath
logic
matchsticks
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Remove nine matchsticks so that no square remains?
posted
Jun 3, 2014
by
anonymous
logic
matchsticks
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