Some people might admit that mathematics is not their favorite. Well, we cannot all be geniuses, so that is okay. However, giving your brain some strain is a good way to enhance your ability to be attentive. This challenge only requires you to have matchsticks (you obviously have them available) and arrange them on a surface.

We have 16 matchstick puzzles to try out (9 in the first part of this series and 7 in this part). They are easy but only if you push your mind harder. Answers are available at a tap of each photo. However, only check answers after giving the puzzle a try.

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## 1. Form 2 squares by moving two matches.

## 2. Move one matchstick and form 4 triangles.

## 3. Move 2 sticks and create 3 triangles.

## 4. Move 2 matchsticks to show the number 430

## 5. Move only two matches to create 3 triangles.

## 6. Change the position of 4 matches and form 3 squares.

## 7. Change the position of two matches and create 11 squares.

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How many puzzles have you solved? Did the puzzles challenge you? Let us know your thoughts. **Then, share the test with your friends and see who is the mathematics pro.**

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