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The idea of one-line puzzles is to put your pen to paper and draw a shape without lifting your pen from the pad or retracing any lines. You can, however, cross lines.
Now that you're familiar with the concept, look at the four pictures below. One of them cannot be drawn with one line.
Which one is it?
Give it another go!
It looks like you should be able to draw all of them in one line, doesn't it?
Don't be fooled.
When examining a picture like this, the key to spotting a fake is looking at the areas where multiple lines intersect. When looking at these areas, take note of whether the number of lines running through a given point are odd or even.
If all intersections contain an even number of lines, or if there are two intersections that contain an odd number of lines, you should be able to draw the picture in one line.
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