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This is very simple when I see the answer, but I was not able to answer it(by thinking of single line), So posting for you.

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You can simply just do this to get it -

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Using a single bent line.

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I think using a straight line this would be how you'd do it:

Dividing the shape in 2 using single line So the line goes through 4 squares dividing them into 2 equal halves. Apart from these 4 squares, above the line, there are 4 squares, and below also 4 squares.

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    $\begingroup$ "Equal halves" in these puzzles tends to mean not merely equal area but equal shape. $\endgroup$ – Jaap Scherphuis Apr 25 '17 at 5:52

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