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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!

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

Move One

Move One

Move One

Move Two

Move Two

Move Two

Move Three

Move Three

Move Three

Done in three moves!!!

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

Move one

Move one

Move one

Move two

Move two

Move two

Move three

Move three

Move three

Move four

Move four

Move four

Move four

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

Move one

Move one

Move one

Move two

Move two

Done in two moves!!!

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

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

Remove sticks to create 4 equilateral triangles of equal size.

Toothpick 1

Toothpick 1

Toothpick 2

Toothpick 2

Done in 2

Toothpicks!