Tuesday, 15 November 2016


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

  1. two faces painted red

  1. one face painted red

  1. no faces painted red

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


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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