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Tuesday, 15 November 2016

Maths

Today our class had a geometry kesson. Our problem was very confusing. I had two partners and there name's are Mateaki and Sam. Our problem was called Carries Cubs. This is the Sheet that we worked on.

           Carries Cubes
Walt: identify classes of two- and three-dimensional shapes by their geometric properties.

Carrie has glued some cubes together to make a large solid cube with nine small cubes showing on a face.
She paints the large cube red.










This is the answers that we got.
 
How many of the original small cubes have:
  1. three faces painted red
8

  1. two faces painted red

12
  1. one face painted red
6

  1. no faces painted red
1


To solve it we drew the dots over the pattern to get the answer.





1 comments:

Danni Stone said...

Hi Alfred, well done for solving this tricky problem by using a diagram! What did you learn from the lesson?

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