Eckstein Middle School
Problem of the Week

Name: ___________________________________ Homeroom Teacher _______________ Homeroom Number: ________

 

Before we all go off for the summer, try this last

Mathematics

Problem of the Week.

       
       

By moving 2 of the edges, you can change these five squares into only four squares of the same size. How do you do it?

(You do have to use the two edges that you moved as edges of the four squares.)

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