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Issue 25 "Magic edges"

In this issue, we provide the details to assemble three cubes with seven sections applied to them.

Each of the 3 cubes can be useful as a visual aid for solving mathematical problems.

Green has three cross-sections - in the form of triangles and a regular hexagon

7 tasks

The white cube has two cross-sections - in the shape of a rectangle and a square

7 tasks

The red cube has two cross-sections - in the shape of a pentagon and a rhombus

9 task

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