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Shown above are 2 cocktail glasses. The distance between A and B is exactly the length of 1 matchstick. Move 6 matchsticks to change the cocktail glasses into a house.

A Collection

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Each pentomino shape above is placed on a specific position within the row. Can you figure out what it represents?

If you turn your head 45 degrees to the left you will see it represents the last 4 letters of the alphabet - W X Y Z.

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The geometric shapes in the figure above are:

A: hexagon

B: square

C: rhombus

D: equilateral triangle

E: trapezoid

F: rhombus

Remove the 7 matchsticks INSIDE the big shape. The OUTSIDE matchsticks must stay in exactly the same position. The challenge now is to place the 7 matchsticks back into the big shape, but with the 6 geometric shapes above all in different positions.

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Move 3 matchsticks to create 4 rhombuses. (also known as diamonds) All matchsticks must remain flat on the surface.

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Move 3 matchsticks to create 4 equilateral triangles (i.e. all three sides of one triangle are equal). The triangles don't have to be equal in size, but all matchsticks must be flat on the surface.

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Move 4 matchsticks to create 5 rhombuses. (also called diamonds) All the rhombuses don't have to be equal in size.

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Move 5 matchsticks to convert the 3 triangles into 3 rhombuses. All matchsticks must be flat on the surface.

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