You can see the figure or draw one of your own. The scenario is as shown. There are three houses represented with the triangle over the square. There are three utilities: W, G and E representing water, gas and electricity respectively.
Can you draw a line and get each utility into every house (9) total lines without ever crossing any line?
In the figure that is given in the question, there is a square piece of paper with a hole that is represented by the circle. Now, you have to make a cut in the paper such that it divides into two different pieces of paper. Please note that it must be only two pieces. But the cut should be made in a manner that if the cut pieces are rearranged, the hole comes in the center of the paper.
The first figure tells you where you have to make the cut in the paper. Now you have two pieces of paper. If you rotate the right piece to 180 degrees, you will get what is shown in the figure two. Now the hole is in the center of the paper.
The ten difference are as follows:
1) The direction of the paper plane is changed.
2) The amount of white flowers is different.
3) There is one extra bird.
4) The shoes of the girl are plain white.
5) One snail is missing from the picture.
6) There is one extra butterfly.
7) One apple is missing from the picture.
8) Different number of dots of the bow of the girl.
9) There is one extra plant.
10) If you notice, an airplane is missing from the ground.
You have a square paper with you. You can cut it like you want and you have to come up with a Red Cross symbol as shown in the figure. The only thing is that the volume of both figures should be same. Can you do it?
You can easily understand what we did through the given figure. But if somehow, you are unable to understand, here is what we did. We just cut along the lines as shown. Remove the red parts from the square. Tilt it a bit and then place the cut portions as shown in the figure.
If you look carefully then you will see that five matches lay ahead of the lighter and five are visible in the reflection of the lighter. Out of those five, we can see three matches emerging away from the surface of the lighter but two remains just as a part of reflection. Thus the total number of matches are eight.
If you take a look closely, you will acknowledge the fact that every symbol in the given figure is somehow associated with the surrounding one’s position. The upside-down spade is used to the left of a right-side-up heart every time.