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Can you make a square using two circles?

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eyeglasses?

make you a "square" to use a very old term and outdated idea!

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If I can use a vertical line with them, there are two squares I can make: 81 and 100,

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It should be only ONE square, and you don`t need an extra line.

If I can use a vertical line with them, there are two squares I can make: 81 and 100,

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Hint..... you can use a ribbon to make the circles.

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Make two circle with equal diameter. Cut both of them into half, so that four halves are available. Now.two halves may be put together in such a way that the curved surfaces touche each other and diameter sides are parallel to each other - say you get a fig. 'A'. Now put two halves of other circle over fig. 'A' in such a way that diameter sides are at 90 degree to the dimeter sides of fig. 'A' and the curved surfaces touch each other at the same point where those of first circle are in touch. You will get a Square with a flower design inside.

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both of them are correct...and still there is another method

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Hint..... you can use a ribbon to make the circles.

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when you cut the two circles into half, you can put these 4 pieces on a sheet of paper and make a square...

Make two circle with equal diameter. Cut both of them into half, so that four halves are available. Now.two halves may be put together in such a way that the curved surfaces touche each other and diameter sides are parallel to each other - say you get a fig. 'A'. Now put two halves of other circle over fig. 'A' in such a way that diameter sides are at 90 degree to the dimeter sides of fig. 'A' and the curved surfaces touch each other at the same point where those of first circle are in touch. You will get a Square with a flower design inside.

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