This is an interesting video of an extra piece of chocolate coming from nowhere. Can you figure it out how ?? The first one to give the correct answer will get his name published on the website.

It is the theory of relativity. When energy goes in it releases mass. That’s how one extra piece of chocolate is left out. This demonstration was shown by Einstein to prove the theory of relativity.

When he cuts and shifted, the piece added to each column is less in size than the one removed by one quare the piece, so four pcs reduced by one quaret the piece, gives one piece out.

This chocolate bar consists of 4X6 squares. The squares are not all the same size. The top 3 rows have longer-shaped squares. After removing one of the squares in the top row, and then cutting the top three rows diagonally, the chocolate bar is re-formed, but with smaller sized squares in the top row. So, “nothing has been created, and nothing has been destroyed”.

we cut diagonally in the fourth row. After cutting and arranging as per the video, the height of the fourth row is reduced .it provides the extra chocolate

Now, the total area of the chocolate is different and the total area now is previous total area- new chocolate piece area.The third row from bottom has chocolate pieces with smaller areas!

It is the theory of relativity. When energy goes in it releases mass. That’s how one extra piece of chocolate is left out. This demonstration was shown by Einstein to prove the theory of relativity.

But do you really think we get infinite chocolate if we repeat this process ?

Interesting.

THE LAST 3 RAW ARE LONGER THAN THE OTHER 3 RAW …SO WHEN YOU MOVE 3 COLUMS FRM LET TO RIGHT THAT GIVE YOU THE EXTRA ONE.

Come on Sara. What a teaser!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

All the above are right! Though I did look at the video twice to figure it out!!!!!!!!!!!

Thanks, all the same.

And you publish our names in any case: Hence why was this additional invite of the “first one” getting published????

When he cuts and shifted, the piece added to each column is less in size than the one removed by one quare the piece, so four pcs reduced by one quaret the piece, gives one piece out.

This chocolate bar consists of 4X6 squares. The squares are not all the same size. The top 3 rows have longer-shaped squares. After removing one of the squares in the top row, and then cutting the top three rows diagonally, the chocolate bar is re-formed, but with smaller sized squares in the top row. So, “nothing has been created, and nothing has been destroyed”.

we cut diagonally in the fourth row. After cutting and arranging as per the video, the height of the fourth row is reduced .it provides the extra chocolate

That’s right

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Now, the total area of the chocolate is different and the total area now is previous total area- new chocolate piece area.The third row from bottom has chocolate pieces with smaller areas!

Thanks Sara!

You are right about the area getting reduced.

the 6 rows are difrant in size when he move the 3 pices from wright to left &down the difrant of sizes is the picce (notis the gap in the new pice)

The answer is , The first row is smaller than other rows ,

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Qudratullah

The answer is , The first row is smaller in size than compare to other rows.

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Qudratullah

the first piece comes from the wholepiece.