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### FIGURE OUT PUZZLES - matchstick puzzles (01)

Question 1
Move three matchsticks to correct the equation.
There's more than two solutions.

Question 2
Move two matchsticks to make the equation true.
*More than one solution

Question  3
Move one matchstick to equal the number two

Question  4
Move five matchsticks to form TWO

Question  5
Move only 1 matchstick to create 2 squares

Question  6
Move two matchsticks to make the equation true

Question  7
Add two matchsticks to make the equation true

Question  8
Move only 2 matchsticks to create 6 squares and 4 rectangles. The following rules apply:
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1. Squares must be equal in size
2. Rectangles must be equal in size
3. Not all squares or rectangles have to be connected

Question 9
Take away two matchsticks to make the equation true

Question 10
Move 3 matchsticks to create 9 squares. The squares must be equal in size

Question 11
What is the relationship or link between the 4 figures below?

Remove the same 2 matchsticks from each figure and turn your head to the right. It forms the letters V W X Y
Question 12
Can you decipher the hidden word in this figure by linking row 1 with row 2

By flipping row 1 and row 2 upside down and merging them together
Question  13
Move two matchsticks to make the equation true.
*More than one solution

Question  14
Move two matchsticks to make this equation correct.
*more than two solutions

Question  15
Take away only 1 matchstick to leave 4 equal squares. All the squares must be connected and all matchsticks must form part of a square.

Question  16
Which layout is the odd one out?

C is the odd one out. Adding 1 matchstick to any other layout forms a capital letter.
Question  17
Move three matchsticks to make the equation true

Question  18
Take away two matchsticks to make the equation true

Question 19
How would you show that this equation is correct by just adding only one matchstick