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On the table below are four cubes made up of matches.
Can you change four cubes to three by moving a single match?
The arrangement of the matches fools your eyes into thinking that you're looking at four cubes. How can you fool your eyes into seeing three cubes instead?
- US Version
Moving a single matchstick changes your perspective on the shape. Was it difficult thinking about things in 3-D?
- UK Version
Were you easily able to visualise the matchstick cubes as three-dimensional objects?
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