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Dissecting a Diamond
Dissecting a Diamond
by Richard Candy
Cut the diamond along the lines in such a way that: you have six identical pieces (they can be rotated/mirrored); you have six pieces of the same area but differently shaped.
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Domino Windows
Domino Windows
by Richard Candy
Using the six bricks, build a wall with two "domino windows", one horizontal and one vertical.
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Thirtieth Disc
Thirtieth Disc
by Richard Candy
What should the thirtieth disc be?
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Shape Search
Shape Search
by Richard Candy
How many times can the shape shown just next to the above cross-like pattern be found in it in any possible orientation?
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Restore the Bowl
Restore the Bowl
by Richard Candy
Which four pieces should be used to form the bowl shown in the middle?
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Creating a Cuboid
Creating a Cuboid
by Richard Candy
Which of the patterns can be folded to create a full, 1x1x2 cuboid shown in the middle? Parts of the pattern must not overlap each other.
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Knight Spell
Knight Spell
by Richard Candy
Spell the word KNIGHT letter by letter, each time jumping by means of the chess knight's move.
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Opal
Opal
after Richard Candy
Arrange the six checkered pieces into the checkered board shown in the middle.
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Leaf Dissection
Leaf Dissection
by Richard Candy
Divide this leaf-like shape into seven identical (congruent) pieces.
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Simple Triangle
Simple Triangle
by Richard Candy
Arrange these five pieces so that to obtain a plain equilateral triangle. Pieces can be rotated but not overlapped.
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Octagon Castle
Octagon Castle
by Richard Candy
Using all the seven pieces build up the octagon castle. You can rotate pieces and flip them over, but not overlap.
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15 Pentagons
15 Pentagons
by Richard Candy
Find the pentagon which has no partner (has no its exact twin).
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Last Updated: May 26, 2013 top
 
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