Posts Tagged ‘rubik’s’

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5. Street Art Cube

February 8, 2016

10 Amazing ways to see a cube

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Street Art Cube by Indian born artist Aakash Nihalani

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Street Art Cube by Indian born artist Aakash Nihalani Mathspig Cube 5.3

Rubik’s Cube by chalk artist Anthony Cappetto, art after hours

the Business of Street Painting blog

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Cube Art, Old City Belgrade, Serbia

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Cubic Housing, Rotterdam Netherlands. The cubes are supported by hexagonal posts.

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6. EDIBLE CUBE

February 5, 2016

10 Amazing ways to see a cube

Now mathspiggies you may not want to do this in the maths classroom, but you could set this exercise as a homework project. Make it a general challenge.

eg. Homework Challenge: Make a cube out of edible products and photograph results.

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You will find out how to make a Fruit Salad Cube

on WikiHow … Do you need instructions?

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Rubik’s Cube Birthday Cake

for Sweet 16

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You have to lerv a BORG CUBE CAKE.

It’s got lights and everything!

RESISTANCE IS FUTILE!

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You can grow fruit and some vegetables in square containers,

but this project would take a very, very long time!

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This is a Wonka Gobstopper Cube by Candydood.

You can work out how many gobstoppers it took to make the cube.

Yeah! 10x10x10!  That stops a lot of gobs.

I’m not sure if you can eat it. I suspect

glue may be the secret of success here.