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Problem Number One: Example. How many moves to make a square from these toothpicks?. Problem Number One: Example Move 1. Problem Number One: Example Move 1. Problem Number One: Example Move 1. Problem Number One: Example Move 2. Problem Number One: Example Move 2.

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### Problem Number One: Example

How many moves to make a square from these toothpicks?

### Problem Number One: ExampleDone in 2 total moves!!! Now you try number 2!

Problem Number 2

How many moves to make the fish swim the opposite way?

Problem Number 2

Done in three moves!!!

Problem Number 3

How many moves to make the pig look the opposite way?

Problem Number 4

How many moves to get the cherry outside of the old-fashioned glass?

Problem Number 4

Done in two moves!!!

Problem Number 5

How many moves to get the cherry outside of the fancy glass?

Problem Number 5

Done in ZERO moves! Just turn your head to the side 120 degrees!

Problem Number 6

Remove sticks to create 4 equilateral triangles of equal size.

Problem Number 6

Toothpick 1

Problem Number 6

Toothpick 1

Problem Number 6

Toothpick 2

Problem Number 6

Toothpick 2

Problem Number 6

Done in 2

Toothpicks!