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THE EIGHT STICKS.





(Patchwork Puzzles)
I have eight sticks, four of them being exactly half the length of the
others. I lay every one of these on the table, so that they enclose
three squares, all of the same size. How do I do it? There must be no
loose ends hanging over.


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