This whole puzzle is based on where this puzzle represents 5 rooms. You can’t cut through corners because this puzzle was meant to be taken in the physical world.

]]>1.given below is the diagram,u have to start from any end and cut all the lines…thats it.

If this is the only rule then the answer to the problem is simple… instead of drawing a line to pass through every line simply erase the points in which they are connected. giving you smaller lines and all being “cut”… here is the answer…

]]>cutting can also be done at a corner if im not mistaken. ]]>

I would like to highlight ONE-Dimensional. Where ever a line starts or ends is called a point. A line is simply a mathematical geometric figure, it’s not a physical tangible item that allows you to cross two lines at a corner because the corners classify as a point, where one line ends and another begins, and because it’s One-dimensional you can’t draw a line through a point and classify it as crossing through a line. The point’s are not lines, they are simply a representation of the beginning or the end of a line. Also before you argue that the continuous line your drawing through the puzzle has curvature therefore it’s not a line by definition. It was an simple term to use to get you to keep the pen on the paper while drawing through the lines. ]]>