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Sugar Cubes (Posted on 2002-12-24) Difficulty: 2 of 5
Three cubes of volume 1, 8, and 64 are glued together.
What is the smallest possible surface area of the resulting configuration?

-Problem taken from UNL Math Day

See The Solution Submitted by cges    
Rating: 3.0909 (11 votes)

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  Subject Author Date
answerK Sengupta2008-02-26 23:47:37
Let's be specific....Jim Alain2005-01-14 23:24:42
Solution-if you wanna play nitpickingJoe C2004-02-25 09:30:53
SolutionSolutionAntonio2003-08-22 02:17:20
SolutionSolutionAntonio2003-08-22 02:09:03
re: Simple Simon met a Pieman who gave Simple Simon a problem called Sugar Cubes.Vinodhan Selvarajalu2003-05-18 00:46:49
SolutionSimple Simon met a Pieman who gave Simple Simon a problem called Sugar Cubes.Tim Axoy2003-04-13 14:00:48
re(2): As easy as 1,2,4 (corrections)TomM2002-12-25 02:52:21
re: As easy as 1,2,4 (corrections)np_rt2002-12-24 23:58:32
SolutionAs easy as 1,2,4TomM2002-12-24 23:48:54
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