Given six 2-inch by 2-inch squares of black paper and six 2-inch squares of white paper, how many different colored cubes can you make?
#24230. Asked by dave. (Nov 14 02 6:49 AM)
These are as follows:
6 White square -- 1 cube 5 White, 1 Black -- 1 cube 4 White, 2 Black -- 2 cubes (2 blacks side by side or 2 blacks opposite) 3 White, 3 Black -- 2 cubes (3 blacks around one corner or 3 blacks make a U) 2 White, 4 Black -- 2 cubes (2 whites side by side or 2 whites opposite) 1 White, 5 Black -- 1 cube 6 Black -- 1 cube
Thu Nov 14 02:09:17 CST 2002 (Delete Entry) (Reposted to fix characters - McG)
Dec 02 02, 6:16 PM
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