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Infinite chocolate: How to create chocolate out of nothing

Geometry has never looked so sweet… or perplexing. How exactly does this crazy illusion work? Mariano Tomatis shows us how to create infinite chocolate out of nothing. Infinite chocolate!

But is it actually infinite? Try the infinite chocolate trick / puzzle / illusion and let us know if it works for you, too.

chocolate from nothing
Then see if you can figure out how it works.

Related reading: Curse of the crystal skulls and other vanishing area puzzles and the missing square puzzle

Bonus 6th grade from Mashup Math: Chocolate Math, exploring perimeter, volume, and surface area using chocolate bars.

There are also more math videos in the archives. 

via Boing Boing.

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