### Home > MC2 > Chapter 1 > Lesson 1.1.2 > Problem 1-11

Janelle wants to challenge you to a "Toothpick and Tiles" game (described in problem 1–8). Using exactly four tiles, solve her challenges below. Justify your answers with pictures and labels. .

Find a tile pattern where the number of toothpicks is exactly double the number of tiles.

Since the number of toothpicks is double the number of tiles, your pattern should have

4 · 2 = 8 toothpicks.You should be able to rearrange the tiles and toothpicks to achieve this shape.

Find a tile pattern where the number of toothpicks is more than double the number of tiles.

There is more than one answer. Find one shape that uses 4 tiles and more than 8 toothpicks.

Use the eTool below to solve parts (a) and (b).

Click the link at right for the full version of the eTool: MC2 1-11 HW eTool