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Subj:     BrainTeasers 1
..........Cut Pictures Into Equal Shapes

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Includes the following:..Cutting A Picture In Half #1 (S396)
.........................Cutting A Picture In Half #2 (S397)
.........................Cutting A Picture In Half #3 (S398)
.........................Cutting A Picture In Half #4 (S399)
.........................Cutting A Picture In Half #5 (S400)
.........................Cutting A Picture In Half #6 (S401)
.........................Cutting A Picture In Half #7 (S402)
.........................Cutting A Picture In Half #8 (S403)
.........................Cutting A Picture In Half #9 (S404)
.........................Cutting A Carpet In Half #10 (S438b)
.........................Cutting A Picture Into Two Sections #11 (S457b)
.........................Divide Into Four Equal Pieces #12 (S463)
.........................Divide Into Four Equal Pieces #13 to #16 (S505)
.........................The Goose Puzzle (S583)
.........................Gingerbread Dog (S625)

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Subj:     Cutting A Picture In Half #1 (S396)
         From: My thirty-five years of teaching math

 Cut the shape into two equal parts with one cut.
 

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Subj:     Cutting A Picture In Half #2 (S397)
          From: My thirty-five years of teaching math

 Cut the shape into two equal parts with one cut.
 

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Subj:     Cutting A Picture In Half #3 (S398)
          From: My thirty-five years of teaching math

 Cut the shape into two equal parts with one cut.
 

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Subj:     Cutting A Picture In Half #4 (S399)
          From: My thirty-five years of teaching math

 Cut the shape into two equal parts with one cut.
 

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Subj:     Cutting A Picture In Half #5 (S400)
          From: My thirty-five years of teaching math

 Cut the shape into two equal parts with one cut.
 

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Subj:     Cutting A Picture In Half #6 (S401)
          From: My thirty-five years of teaching math

 Cut the shape into two equal parts with one cut.
 

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Subj:     Cutting A Picture In Half #7 (S402)
          From: My thirty-five years of teaching math

 Cut the shape into two equal parts with one cut.
 

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Subj:     Cutting A Picture In Half #8 (S403)
          From: My thirty-five years of teaching math

 Cut the shape into two equal parts with one cut.
 

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Subj:     Cutting A Picture In Half #9 (S404)
          From: My thirty-five years of teaching math

 Cut the shape into two equal parts with one cut.
 

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Subj:     Cutting A Carpet In Half #10 (S438b)
          From: LABLaughsRiddles on 6/15/2005
 Source: http://www.lablaughs.com/clean_toon.php?id=C20000713
     and http://www.lablaughs.com/clean_toon.php?id=C20000714

 A carpet of size 10 by 10 meters should be placed in a room
 of size 12 by 9 meters. In the center of the room, there is
 an aquarium of size 8 by 1 meters (see the figure below).
 The carpet should be cut into no more than two pieces (i.e.
 one cut in total).
 

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Subj:     Cutting A Picture Into Two Sections #11 (S457b)
          From: Brain Teasers - Geometry Puzzles on 10/24/2005
 Source: http://hlavolamy.szm.sk/brainteasers/geometry-puzzles.htm

 Slice the picture into two sections from which you could make a
 rectangle 6x4 squares.
 

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Subj:     Divide Into Four Equal Pieces #12 (S463)
          by Henry E. Dudeney
          From: Puzzles.com
Source: http://www.puzzles.com/PuzzlePlayground
      /EasyDissection/EasyDissectionPuzzlePrintPlay.pdf

 The goal of this puzzle is to divide the figure into four
 pieces which would be identical in shape and size, though
 some pieces can be the mirror reflections of others.
 

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Subj:     Divide Into Four Equal Pieces #13 to #16 (S505)
          The Ultimate Puzzle Site on 9/23/2006
 Source: http://www.puzzle.dse.nl/basic/index.html

 The goal of this puzzle is to divide these four figures into
 four pieces which would be identical in shape and size, though
 some pieces can be the mirror reflections of others.
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 There are two ways in which this can be done. Which are these two ways?
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 There are two ways in which this can be done. Which are these two ways?
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 The shape shown below must be partitioned into three identical pieces.
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Subj:     The Goose Puzzle (S583)
          Drawing from the book
               "More Mathematical Puzzles of Sam Loyd"
               Edited by Martin Gardner
               From: Dover Publications in 1960
 
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Subj:     Gingerbread Dog (S625 in Math4c-Supp2)
          From the book
            "Mathematical Puzzles of Sam Loyd"
          Edited by Martin Gardner
          From: Dover Publications in 1959

 How would you cut this gingerbread dog's head into two
 pieces of the same shape?  To see the puzzle's description,
 it's large drawing and the puzzle's solution, click below.
 
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