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    Here is some logic ;)



    Connect the four dots in the box
    • You can only use two lines
    • You can't lift the pen or use the same linear path twice.
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    (My mothers fiance showed me this, and I LOVED it haha ^^)
     
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    Haha aww okaay, POST your answer on the drawing ?
     
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    The picture is broken... :(
     
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    Broken? xD How?

    I think I fixed it now :D Try again
     
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    Doesnt speceify that you cant use curved lines. As such I can do it that way. If not it seems physically impossible

    blegh, I hate logic.
     
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    What do you mean by 2 lines?
     
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    What do you mean by linear path? Can the lines intersect or no?
     
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    I think you forgot to mention one important factor
     
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    Haha well yes they have to be connected by two single lines, not 5!! two! xD

    spot.JPG

    Like if you draw a line (the thick black) you cannot 'go back' (the red dotted line) the same path to go another direction.

    Whats the factor I forgot? ;o
     
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    took 10 seconds :(
     
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    Did anyone print it out? And if so, did anyone bend the paper?
     
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    Likewise. I am ashamed.

    Hint for those stuck:

    Remember that a line through two points can extend past those two points.
     
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    Hahahhah
    That didn't possibly make a difference did it ? ;o

    Lol the point is not competitive!! xD
     
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    I'm ashamed to say it took me 15 seconds. I guess I'm a bit groggy this morning.

    Edit: As requested...

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    haha actually it is:

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    Think outside the box ;)
     
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    Forget what you think you know.

    There is no box.
     
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    That is basically what I got but I didnt have to go out of the box.
     
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    You don't have to actually go outside the box with your problem though, so Sataya has solved it correctly
     
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    TRUE! ^^THE MATRIX ROCKS! :m105:

    Although the way it was shown to me was drawn outside the box, because that was the whole point of it - that humans tend to think inside the box.

    But then again, as shown, there are a number of solutions to any given problem =)
     
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