Place 6 broken matchsticks (2 with heads and 4 without heads) as shown in the figure left above. The challenge is to move the broken matchsticks and to end as shown in the figure right. Only 1 broken matchstick may be in a square when moving.
The 4 blocks above (A, B, C and D) are used to build the shape as shown. In how many different ways can you construct the same shape by just moving the blocks within the shape? To achieve this, only the matchsticks inside the shape may be moved.
The broken matchsticks are exactly half the length of the full length matchsticks. How would you create 3 squares, all equal in size, with the 8 matchsticks? All matchsticks don't have to be flat on the surface.