Looking at the figure given, you will find a square formed with match sticks. This figure comprises five squares. Can you move the matchsticks such that the resulting figure consists of ten squares? Please note that you can drag the matchsticks can’t rotate them and have just four moves. How will you do it?
In the given picture, you can find a square in the centre and four open squares. Can you form three closed squares by just moving three sticks from their positions respectively?
You need to remove four matchsticks from the picture below and still need to maintain the following as in the original image.
1. 1st row contains 12 matchsticks
2. 2nd row contains 12 matchsticks
3. 1st column contains 12 matchsticks
4. 2nd column contains 12 matchsticks
As you can see in the picture, you have a hole with dimensions 9 ft x 2 ft Also available is a wooden board with dimensions 6 ft x 3 ft Now you have to cover the hole with this board and you are allowed to cut the board into two pieces. Please see that the hole is completely covered and the boards should not overlap or extend beyond the edge. How will you cut the board?