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Move Only One Matches to Form a Square.

Only 10 percent get it right.

You can see 4 matches in the photo–2 vertical and 2 horizontal–but now the task is to figure out how to move only one of them to create a square.

It is said that only 1 in 10 people can solve this puzzle on the first try, because yes – it is actually not that easy. With this kind of challenges, it’s always a good idea to think a little “outside the box”.

Well – can you figure out how to create a square by moving just one match?

Did you figure out the answer?

Well, as I said, it’s quite difficult!

But after you solve it, or want to see the solution, you can find it below!

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So, the answer is not a complex and difficult movement.

The solution is actually pulling the top match slightly outwards. This creates a square hole in the middle where all the matches meet!

Can you tell the number of fingers you see in the below image?

If you can tell this one correct too, your reasoning skill is again above average.

Scroll down for the answer.

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Answer: There are total 20 fingers. (4 hands)

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