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149. THE CHOCOLATE SQUARES. Here is a slab of chocolate, indented at the dotted lines so that the twenty squares can be easily separated. Make a copy of the slab in paper or cardboard and then try to cut it into nine pieces so that they will form four perfect squares all of exactly the same size.

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SOLUTION TO 149. THE CHOCOLATE SQUARES. 

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