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Move only 1 matchstick to make the horse standing on its hind legs.

A Collection

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What is the next figure in the sequence above?

1. The 4 matchsticks on the outside move clockwise (or anti-clockwise) one corner at a time.

2. The broken matchstick with head moves clockwise one corner at a time retaining the horizontal position with matchstick-head pointing to the right.

3. The broken matchstick without head moves back and forth from the bottom right corner to the top left retaining the vertical position.

2. The broken matchstick with head moves clockwise one corner at a time retaining the horizontal position with matchstick-head pointing to the right.

3. The broken matchstick without head moves back and forth from the bottom right corner to the top left retaining the vertical position.

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Shown above are 3 empty portrait frames of size 3X3 each.

How would you place these frames together in a way that will result in a figure that has 8 squares of any size? The 3 frames may overlap, but you may not change the shape or size of any frame. All matchsticks must be flat on the surface.

The 8 squares are:

3 Original frames:

ABKN, CEOQ, FJRS

2 Squares of size 2X2:

CDLN, FHPQ

3 squares of size 1X1:

DEGH, FGMN, LMOP

3 Original frames:

ABKN, CEOQ, FJRS

2 Squares of size 2X2:

CDLN, FHPQ

3 squares of size 1X1:

DEGH, FGMN, LMOP

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You need to build a bridge from the land (Point A) over the water to the island (Point B). Using only 2 matchsticks will not get you there as shown with the 2 dotted matchsticks.

How would you construct the bridge from A to B using the 5 matchsticks given to you?

This puzzle is similar to but different from puzzle 51 and puzzle 436.

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