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It is proved Mr. Prasun , that you have a lot of lack of sense.. How can you do such a silly mistake... Sikho beta abhi..
Good Riya Gupta.... :P

curve or straight lines? if it is curved lines i got a solution.draw an upside down U,and then draw another U with the curved side facing 3.00. make the straight parts of the U's intersect and you've got a square!

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TopNewestJust draw a square and draw three lines in it. :|

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Awww....SILLY ME .......lack of common sense you know...:D

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Based on your interpretation your arguement is totally valid.

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can you draw it?

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You can't!!!..... as simple as that!!..:) (Kidding)

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hey.. i use a line can draw out a square... (cuz' the line just bend 90 degree without breaking).. haha

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funny....:p

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curve or straight lines? if it is curved lines i got a solution.draw an upside down U,and then draw another U with the curved side facing 3.00. make the straight parts of the U's intersect and you've got a square!

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A square with curved lines?

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Even a straight line is a curve generally :)

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i mean,draw an upside down U,then draw another U with the curved part facing to the right,at the intersection of the lines there's a square

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just impossible....try some dimensions

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I SOLVED SQUARE PUZZLES OF 5

5 AND 66Log in to reply