I think one of the problems with this problem is that we are missing the assumption that standard ice trays hold 12 ice cubes
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Posted 22 May 2013 - 03:33 PM
Vigmeister and I collectively had the same solution then in separate posts. I would combine it with the 'surface freezing concept' to go even faster! Vigmeister assumed you need 4 cubes to hold up a tray though and someone else came up with the 2 cube idea...
However vigmeister and I are the same person, so I claim the solution
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