## Stick Shapes ★★

There are four squares in the pattern shown below.

**The question**:
How can two sticks be moved to make five equal squares**?**

**The answer**:
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**Another question**:
Below you see a hexagon formed by six sticks.

Can you turn this hexagon into two rhombs by moving two sticks and adding one**?**

**Another answer**:
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**Yet another question**:
Can you make four equal triangles from the pattern shown below, by moving exactly four sticks**?**

**Yet another answer**:
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**The fourth question**:
Twelve sticks form one square and four triangles.

Can you move six sticks to make three squares and one triangle**?**

**The fourth answer**:
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**The fifth question**:
Can you make two squares from the pattern shown below, by moving four sticks**?**

**The fifth answer**:
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**The sixth question**:
Can you make three equal squares from the pattern shown below, by moving just three sticks**?**

**The sixth answer**:
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**The seventh question**:
Can you form three touching triangles from the pattern shown below, by moving exactly three sticks**?**

**The seventh answer**:
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**The eighth question**:
Can you form three triangles from the pattern shown below, by moving three sticks**?**

**The eighth answer**:
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