meet end to end

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One group of matchstick (or toothpick) problems involves constructing patterns in which a given number of sticks meet end to end (without crossing each other) at every point in a geometric figure on a flat surface.
When two timbers meet end to end, make sure a timber in the row above overlaps each end by at least 2 ft.