## Can you actually get infinite chocolate?

A popular illusion online has people scratching their heads. The trick involves taking one giant chocolate bar, cutting it into pieces, and shifting them around until it’s the same size… but with an extra piece! While it sure looks like magic, anyone can do it, and you will eventually run out of chocolate.

## What is the smallest number of socks you must take out?

What is the smallest number of socks you must take out of the drawer in order to be certain that you have a pair that match? Solution: Three socks.

**How many socks must be randomly removed from the drawer to ensure that 3 of every colored sock have been drawn?**

The answer is four. Although there are many socks in the drawer, there are only three colors, so if you take four socks then you are guaranteed to have at least one matching pair.

**What is the maximum number of socks you need to pull out to get a matching pair?**

The answer is, of course, three socks. (The first two socks could match, but if not, the third sock is guaranteed to match one of the others).

### What is the least number of socks that must be selected?

The minimum number to get a pair of socks is two, because a pair is two. If you meant to ask maximum, then it depends on what is meant by correct pair. If correct just means a matching pair, then 3 is the maximum. If the first is red, then the second will either match red, or be white.

### What is the probability of getting a pair of red Sox?

The best approach is to look at it, result by result: Option A: you get a pair of red socks. There are 10 socks in the drawer, and 2 are red. Therefore the probability that the first one will be red is 2/10 = 1/5.

**How many socks need to be taken from the drawer to guarantee that there is a pair of socks?**

**What is the smallest number of socks you must take out of the drawer if there was a 40 watt bulb switched on in the room?**

What is the smallest number of socks you must take out of the drawer in order to be certain that you have a pair that match? Solution: Three socks. With two socks it is possible to have one red and one blue.

## How do you break a chocolate bar?

Start smacking the bars with the back of the spoon. The chocolate bar will start to break into smaller and smaller pieces. Try to smack the bar in the middle of the area that needs breaking. If the bar starts to dent or mush then refreeze.

## How do you do the infinite chocolate trick?

The trick works by spacing out the volume. By dividing the bar up and rearranging it, you are displacing enough chocolate to remove a whole chunk from the bar. Unfortunately although it seems that additional chocolate has been produced from thin air, it means that you have just as much chocolate as before.

**How do you cut chocolate bars without cracking them?**

Add a small amount coconut oil or vegetable oil to the melted chocolate before pouring over the slice. This helps to stop the chocolate from cracking when sliced. Allow the slice to set in the fridge (preferably overnight before cutting).

**How do you heat a knife to cut chocolate?**

We use this trick with the flourless chocolate cake, or for any sticky cake. To heat your cake-slicing knife, either dip it in a tall container of very hot water or hold it under hot running water for a few seconds. Then wipe it dry before cutting the cake.

### How does the impossible chocolate bar work?

### What is the infinite chocolate bar mystery?

The mystery of an ‘infinite’ chocolate bar, which had Facebook scratching its heads, has been solved with a fascinating solution video. The original clip, produced by SoFlo, shows an extra square of chocolate seemingly being produced from thin air after the bar has been cut into sections and shuffled around.

**What happens to the chocolate when the bar is hacked up?**

When the bar is hacked up and rebuilt, there is still chocolate missing from it, in the form of tiny little portions that add up to one full rectangle. Here, watch it for yourself:

**How does the chocolate bar trick work?**

However, a YouTube video produced by dzvero007 in 2013 will set the Internet’s mind at ease revealing that the chocolate bar trick uses the same logic as a missing square puzzle. The trick works by spacing out the volume. By dividing the bar up and rearranging it, you are displacing enough chocolate to remove a whole chunk from the bar.