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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.

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

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Move one matchstick to equal the number two

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Move only 1 matchstick to create 2 squares

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Move two matchsticks to make the equation true

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Add two matchsticks to make the equation true

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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

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Take away two matchsticks to make the equation true

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

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

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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

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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

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

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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.

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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

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Take away two matchsticks to make the equation true

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

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Move one matchstick to make this equation true

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