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225: Building a House
Here is a "house" that I built using cubes.
Use this Java applet from the Freudenthal Institute to help you think about the possible arrangements:
- What is the largest number of cubes that I could have used to make my house?
- What is the smallest number of cubes that I could have used to make my house?
Building houses with side views
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