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Age 16 to 18 Challenge Level:

The first diagram represents a torus. Shoot along any direction.

In the second one, shoot diagonally right and up.

The third diagram is like a pyramid teabag! Shoot diagonally up and left.

In the fourth diagram, shoot straight to the right.

The first and third diagrams can be created out of a sheet of paper.