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Monday, 18 November 2019

Maths

  1. Ravi enjoyed designing plans for a castle so much that he decided
  2. to have another go.
This time, instead of using cubes to make the castle he has used cuboids.
(Cuboids are also called rectangular prisms).
The front view of his new castle is drawing A; the top view is drawing
B; and the side view is drawing C.
Build a castle to Ravi’s design using the cuboids.
What is the largest number of cuboids that you can use
in the construction of a castle from Ravi’s plans?
B, because it bigger then the others
What is the smallest number of cuboids that you can use
in the construction of a castle from Ravi’s plans?
B and C, because they both have 9
Can you build a symmetrical castle that is different from
any of the ones you have built so far? Yes
How many symmetrical castles can you build to Ravi’s specifications? 
2

Is it possible to design plans for a castle so that it can only
be built in one way (uniquely)?

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