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EasyMediumHardExtreme TAKE AWAY 2 matchsticks to make the equation true. Show Answer Hide Answer ..read more
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EasyMediumHardExtreme ADD 3 matchsticks to make the equation true. Negative numbers are not allowed and no number is greater than 9. Show ..read more
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EasyMediumHardExtreme There are 4 vertical-, 4 horizontal- and 2 diagonal rows (diagonally from outer corner to corner) in the layout above ..read more
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EasyMediumHardExtreme Move 4 matchsticks to create 3 squares. The squares may differ in size. Show Answer Hide Answer ..read more
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EasyMediumHardExtreme ADD 3 matchsticks to make the equation true. Negative numbers are not allowed and no number is greater than 9. Show ..read more
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EasyMediumHardExtreme Add TWO matchsticks to the layout above to divide the area into two parts. The two parts must be equal in size and ..read more
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EasyMediumHardExtreme Move 4 matchsticks to create 6 squares. Squares may differ in size. Show Answer The four small squares are:CLFE, ..read more
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EasyMediumHardExtreme MOVE four matchsticks to convert the ship into eight triangles.The triangles may differ in size and all matchsticks ..read more
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EasyMediumHardExtreme If four matchstick heads form the four corners of a square, how many squares can you identify in the layout above? ..read more
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EasyMediumHardExtreme MOVE 3 matchsticks to make the equation true.There are four possible answers. Getting one solution within 30 seconds ..read more

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