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Overlapping Squares


It's possible to draw a diagram with two squares so that, when finished, three squares are formed.
Draw a diagram with three squares so that, when finished, five squares are formed. Draw a diagram with three squares so that, when finished, five squares are formed.



(Source: Adapted from Mathematics Teaching in the Middle School, Feb 1998)


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