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Black and White Solids (Posted on 2006-03-04) Difficulty: 4 of 5

1)I have lots of black and white squares that can be joined together to make cubes. How many distinguishable cubes can I make?

2)Now I try it with triangles and regular octahedrons?

3)Now pentagons and regular dodecahedrons?

4)Triangles again but making regular icosahedrons!?

Note: Distinguishable means rotations are the same, but reflections are not.

No Solution Yet Submitted by Sir Percivale    
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  Subject Author Date
re: #2- octahedronTristan2006-03-08 00:31:24
re: # 1-4, possible errorsTristan2006-03-08 00:16:36
re: # 1-4, possible errorsLeming2006-03-06 09:14:45
Solution# 1-4, possible errorsTristan2006-03-05 10:22:06
re: #3 - dodecahedron - Part 2 - correctionLeming2006-03-04 21:16:08
Some Thoughts#4 - icosahedron - some thoughtsLeming2006-03-04 20:20:21
#3 - dodecahedron - Part 2Leming2006-03-04 19:50:05
#3 - dodecahedron - Part 1Leming2006-03-04 19:47:13
re: #2- octahedronEric2006-03-04 15:45:11
#2- octahedronCharlie2006-03-04 13:23:38
Solution to #1tomarken2006-03-04 12:03:33
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