Two Flowers

 

after Boris Kordemsky

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This story comes from the Urals, Russia. It says a local boy Danila while still an apprentice took semiprecious Ural stones and chiseled two flowers whose leaves, stems and petals could be separated - something like that shown in the diagram. From the parts of these flowers it was possible to make a circular disk.

Can you put the petals, stems and leaves together so that to make a circle? It is allowed to rotate the parts but not overlap them.

*This is a very slight modification of the original puzzle presented by Boris Kordemsky.

Posted: December 6, 2009
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