
Can you
make these 3 matches into 6 without breaking or splitting them?

 Add 5 matches to the
6 below to make 9 and prove the mathematicians wrong.

 Move 4 matches so
that exactly 3 equilateral triangles are formed.



From
this row of 7 matches remove 1 match and move 2 so that nothing is
left.


Move
only 3 matches in this figure to leave 4 squares.


Place
12 matches as shown below.
Use this
arrangement as a starting point for each of the following:

Move 2
matches and make 7 squares.

Remove
2 matches and leave 2 squares.

Move 3
matches and leave only 3 squares.

Remove
3 matches and move 2 to form 3 squares.

Move 4
matches and form 3 squares.

Remove
1 match and move 4 to make 11 squares.

