## Squared Sticks ★★

Twelve sticks form four equal squares.

**The question**:
How can exactly four sticks be moved to make three equal squares**?**

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**Another question**:
Twelve sticks form four equal squares.

How can exactly three sticks be moved to make three equal squares**?**

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**Yet another question**:
Sixteen sticks form five squares.

Can you make four squares from this by moving two sticks**?**

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**The fourth question**:
Sixteen sticks form five squares.

Can you turn these five squares into four squares by moving three sticks**?**

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**The fifth question**:
Twenty sticks form seven equal squares.

How can three sticks be moved to make five equal squares**?**

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**The sixth question**:
By moving only two sticks, these three equal sized squares can be changed into four equal sized rectangles.

How can this be done**?**

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**The seventh question**:
Here you see two squares.
Can you form three squares by moving four sticks**?**

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**The eighth question**:
The figure below contains five squares (four small ones and a large one).
Can you form seven squares by moving just two sticks, without having overlapping sticks**?**

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**The ninth question**:
The figure below contains five squares (four small ones and a large one).
Can you form ten squares by moving just four sticks**?**

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