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The Sliding Three
The Sliding Three
There are two color balls inside the digit. The goal is to exchange their positions and simultaneously save the digit of Three. Is it possible to do? Another sliding block puzzle in the set.
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Magic Square
Magic Square
How can it be that the five pieces arranged in one way make a solid square, while when arranged in a somewhat different way - the same square but... with a hole inside? Is there any trick behind?
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Winterís Chill
Winterís Chill
Itís cold outside! Betty and her husband were speculating last night that this has been the coldest winter they can remember. Out of curiosity, they decided to check out the old newspaper records for this week in their area during past years and were astonished at what they found. This had indeed been one of the coldest weeks in the last 100 years, but they found other interesting data in the old records for this week in time...
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Bridge Puzzle
Bridge Puzzle
It is required to dissect an obtuse triangle into acute triangles only. The first question is whether it is possible at all? If the answer is "Yes", then the next question would be "How?"
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Cut the Q
Cut the Q
Can you cut the Q into two equal parts? Sounds easy?
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Tasty Apple Treats
Tasty Apple Treats
Since Jeremy and his friends now had more apples than they could possibly eat, they needed to find ways to use them up. So each friend hit the cookbooks and started busily baking (it's remarkable how many yummy recipes there are for apples!). As it happens, each friend did such a good job making one recipe, that it was forever after their specialty. Fortunately for them, each one had a different specialty...
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Acute Dissection
Acute Dissection
It is required to dissect an obtuse triangle into acute triangles only. The first question is whether it is possible at all? If the answer is "Yes", then the next question would be "How?"
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Crazy Cut
Crazy Cut
The only cut has to be done to divide this strange figure into two identical parts. The question is where it should go through?
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Do-it-Yourself
Do-it-Yourself
There is wisdom to doing some things yourself, rather than waiting for the professionals, as Murray Cohen points out in this quote.
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The One Puzzle
The One Puzzle
Seven pieces that have to be turned into ONE. Though some pieces seem to be easily interchanged, the goal is to find the proper places within the digit's outline for every of them to make the ONE appear.
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The Bat
The Bat
Make the match bat flying away in another direction. What do you think, how many moves will you need to do this? Just three right moves...
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Yard Sale
Yard Sale
Saturday was a big day for yard sales Ė the weather was gorgeous and people from all around town had yard sale signs out before their homes. Many were tempted to stop and many items found new homes that day. Five people in particular were very pleased with their purchases as each got a piece of furniture in good shape and at a very good price...
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