**QUESTION 1**

The above equation is not true. Move only 1 matchstick to make it true.

**QUESTION 2**

The equation 7/9 = 3 is not true. Move 3 matchsticks to make it true.

**QUESTION 3**

Move only 1 matchstick to create 4.

**QUESTION 4**

The above equation is not true. Move only 3 matchsticks to make it true.

**QUESTION 5**

The above statement is true. Move 2 matchsticks so that it is still true.

**QUESTION 6**

In each row the letter to the left of the arrow converts to the structure to the right. What should the structure of the "?" look like in the last row?

**QUESTION 7**

5 plus 5 is not equal to 9, but move 4 matchsticks to make the equation true.

**QUESTION 8**

10 plus 10 is not equal to 5, but move only 3 sticks to make the equation true. Your answer must still be in Roman numerals.

**QUESTION 9**

There are 4 cubes in the figure above. Confirm that you agree.

Move only 1 matchstick to reduce the number of cubes to 3.

**QUESTION 10**

A school of fish swim in an Easterly direction. By moving only 3 matchsticks they must swim in a Westerly direction. (The matchstick heads must be ignored in this puzzle)

**QUESTION 11**

Rearrange the six matchsticks to make NOTHING.

**QUESTION 12**

The equation above is not true. You may not take away a matchstick, but simply MOVE 1 matchstick to make it true.

**QUESTION 13**

There are 5 squares in the figure above. Move only 2 matchsticks so that there are:

(1) no squares left AND

(2) 4 areas equal in size and shape.

**QUESTION 14**

In each row the structure to the left of the arrow converts to the structure to the right. What should the structure of the "?" look like in the last row?

**QUESTION 15**

The equation is not true, but by moving only 1 matchstick (from the "+" sign) you get 7-1=6 which makes the equation true.

This is easy, but can you MOVE 1 and REMOVE 1 to come up with a different answer?

**QUESTION 16**

The equation above is not true, but REMOVE 2 matchsticks to make it true.

**QUESTION 17**

Remove 5 matchsticks from the figure above to make it 2.

**QUESTION 18**

There are 5 squares in the figure above. Move only 2 matchsticks to create 4 squares. All the squares don't have to be equal in size.

**QUESTION 19**

The time on a digital watch is 30 minutes past 4. Move only 2 matchsticks to show this time.

**QUESTION 20**

Move 2 matchsticks to make the equation true.

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