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In Topic: Cutting a rectangle

Today, 12:09 AM

 

Assuming you meant a rectangular solid...

 

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i am unsure by what you mean in your second answer.

 

 

I interpreted your second question as "What 2-d shapes can be formed at the site of a second cut"? 

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In Topic: Prime Sided Dice

Yesterday, 09:36 PM

My previous post was meant to be a clarifying question rather than a statement. Sorry if I caused more confusion.


In Topic: Prime Sided Dice

Yesterday, 08:30 PM

Just to clarify...

 

Since there are 168 primes in the range of 1...1000 I have 168 dice at my disposal. Each die N has the number of sides equal to the Nth prime number. Each side of the die N has numbers between 1 and Nth prime inclusive on it, so that the die with 997 sides has numbers 1...997. All dice are fair.


In Topic: Make 15

Yesterday, 08:16 PM

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In Topic: Cutting a rectangle

Yesterday, 07:14 PM

Assuming you meant a rectangular solid...

 

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