Can you draw something on a piece of paper that looks like a square and a circle at the same time? ( without using Math or 3-d visualisation techniques)
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You can draw a cylinder, which (a real 3D object, not the 2D drawing) can look like a square and like a circle, depending on how you turn it..
Here is one possible answer ( like Marylin Vos Savant said try to find many possible useful answers to one problem ) ;just draw a circle on a piece of paper , it 'looks' like a circle , it also looks like a 'zero' which is a square integer....
Here is an edge-view picture of a square or a circle: |
It looks like both at once, or indeed like any other planar polygon viewed edge-on. It is fairly easy to draw, using a pencil, ruler, and piece of paper.