A woodworker has a disc of wood, perfectly round, an inch thick and ten inches in diameter. He wants to make it a wheel and so prepares to drill a one inch hole in the exact center. Sadly, an ill-timed catastrophic sneeze causes him to drill the hole two inches off-center. Undaunted, he pulls out his mathematically perfect laser saw (which can make perfect, zero-width cuts in wood) and his mathematically perfect glue (which can glue surfaces together with zero distance between them). He cuts a piece of the wheel away, glues it back in a different position, and he has exactly the wheel he wanted to begin with. How does he accomplish this?