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Assuming that each corner must be pinned, what is the least number of drawing pins
that you need to display four rectangular pictures of the same size and shape so that they
can all be seen?

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    assuming the pictures don't overlap at all, you need 4 pins per picture, for a total of at least 16 pins.

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