**Matchstick Tricks Puzzle - 20 June**

Can you place six matchsticks in a manner that each of the matchstick is in touch will the other five matchsticks ?

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Can you place six matchsticks in a manner that each of the matchstick is in touch will the other five matchsticks ?

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Make a star * simple :D ..

ReplyDeleteor make a square nd put 2 of match stickes on both d corners inside square

i think star wont work.... if you arrange them one above the other all six wont touch each other.... if you arrange them on a single plane then the center will be a hollow circle or a .(as it is not perfectly shaped to fit each other) as a result one can be in contact with only two other

ReplyDeletemake a triangle where each edge is made of two sticks ... keep in mind that corner of triangles are not corner, ie joining edges overlaps ... https://www.google.com/

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