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64 = 65 Geometry Paradox

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#11 benpon8317



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Posted 14 May 2010 - 02:51 AM

turquoise piece (total of 7 sq units) combined green piece (total of 8 sq units) in picture one is 3x5=15 (7 turqoise + 8 Green), in the second pic they take up a space of 2x8=16...the missing piece isnt actually a missing piece, because the turquoise and green partitions didnt change, the sq units required to fill the 2x8 space simply isnt enough.
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