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# Think Outside The Box

## by Igor Kokcharov, Head of Product Development at STS Project Management Training on Feb 09, 2014

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Thinking Outside The Box or Thinking differently the first step of innovation. The slides show 10 examples of such problems. 100 outside-the-box questions are presented at ...

Thinking Outside The Box or Thinking differently the first step of innovation. The slides show 10 examples of such problems. 100 outside-the-box questions are presented at www.aplusclick.com/ThinkOutsideTheBox.htm

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• Think Outside The Bo ©A+Click
• Can you think differently? Try to solve 10 problems ©A+Click
• 1. Six Squares Four matchsticks form a square. How to form 6 squares using seven matchsticks? ©A+Click
• 2. Minimize I would like to cut the shape into two pieces that will fit together and form a rectangle. How? ©A+Click
• 3. Three 3s Make 33 by using three 3s and any math operators. ©A+Click
• 4. Fake Coins You have four piles: three piles with real coins and one pile with fake coins. A fake coin weighs 1 gram less than the real one. How many times do you need to use a digital kitchen scale to find the pile with the fake coins? ©A+Click
• 5. Only one move Which digit has to be moved to make the equation correct? ©A+Click
• 6. A bug A bug walks from corner A of a room to corner B by only moving along the walls. What is the shortest path it can take? ©A+Click
• 7. A perfect cut How to cut the rectangular piece of cheese with a hole into two parts of equal weight? ©A+Click
• 8. Make it easy What is the easiest way to make the following equation correct? ©A+Click
• 9. Chairs How to place 11 chairs in a rectangular room so that the number of chairs along each wall is the same? ©A+Click
• 10. Optimization How many 1x1 squares fit into the large square with the side length 3.7? ©A+Click
• A+Click 100 Nonstandard Questions www.aplusclick.com/ThinkOutsideTheBox.htm