Exploring Arrangements of 2, 3, 4, and 5 Cubes
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Students construct models of various tricubes, tetracubes, and pentacubes that are possible, classify n-cubes into different groupings, and draw these figures on isometric dot paper giving true perspective to what they visualize.
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