This is an old puzzle from the end of the 19th
century. To its original task we've added two more challenges.
First print the four "fives" shown on the left, and then cut them out.
Original Puzzle. The object of the puzzle is to arrange these
four cards, face upwards, so that only four pips of each are visible.
Puzzle 2. Arrange the cards, still face upwards, so that only
three pips of each card are visible.
Puzzle 3. Now arrange the cards, face upwards again, in such a
way that you'll see exactly 1, 2, 3, and 4 pips. Each of these four
groups of pips have to be from another card. This means that one pip
will be from one card, two pips from another, three pips from next
one, and four pips - from the last of them.
You are not allowed to cut, bend or fold the cards while solving the