June 15, 2012

CUBE COUNTING


Let us test your spatial ability by cube counting. Just simply count the number of cubes (1x1) in the figure. The figure is a 3-dimensional object and shows only a side view. That means you also need to count the cubes that are hidden, which you can only see in another perspective / view.

Let us start with the basic Rubik's cube. How many cubes are there?
I guess you know the answer already... it is a 3x3x3 cube meaning there are 27 cubes in all.

Now try an irregular figure. Count the number of cubes (1x1) in this figure. 
If you are through with the counting, then write your comment here stating your answer. Good luck!
  

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