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THE CARDBOARD CHAIN.





(Various Dissection Puzzles)
Can you cut this chain out of a piece of cardboard without any join
whatever? Every link is solid; without its having been split and
afterwards joined at any place. It is an interesting old puzzle that I
learnt as a child, but I have no knowledge as to its inventor.


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