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- US Version
On the way home from the store, you unwrap a perfectly square block of chocolate. Much to your dismay, you find that only four of the 16 chocolate squares have an almond in them.
You and your three friends want to divide the chocolate evenly along the lines between the squares. However, just to make things interesting, you've decided to divide it so that each piece is the same shape and contains an almond in a different location. Good luck!
- UK Version
You go to the shop to buy some almond chocolate to share with your three friends. However, upon unwrapping the chocolate, you find that only four of the 16 chocolate squares actually have an almond in them.
How can you cut the chocolate up into four pieces to share, each with the same shape, but containing an almond in a different location?
Study the position of those almonds.
Now make sure you share with everyone!
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