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  1. Cubicle Stack #2

    New number for EEE. But I'm still getting the same result for CEE and CEM.
  2. Whodunit?

    I understand now. I interpreted it as making the triangle from the lines you get from trisecting. I didn't know you could connect the intersecting points. Thanks for clarifying.
  3. Cubicle Stack #2

    Only 13 this time.
  4. Cubicle Stack #2

    CEX
  5. Cubicle Stack #2

    Recount. EEM and EEC intentionally left out. About CEX
  6. Cubicle Stack #2

    Lol. I'm not sure what my score is anymore. Can you score this?
  7. Cubicle Stack #2

    Nevermind the CEX numbers. I really need to find a cube I can hold...
  8. Cubicle Stack #2

    I see what you mean about CEX although I'm not sure how to show that with the numbering system. That throws a wrench in my counting. . .
  9. Cubicle Stack #2

    So 6/7 in the last post and check CEX?
  10. Cubicle Stack #2

    Think I found one of the 2 I changed from correct to incorrect. But I think that would leave one of these as still wrong though I can't figure out which. . .
  11. Cubicle Stack #2

    Another stab at it.
  12. Cubicle Stack #2

    Revision to CCC and EEX with numbers.
  13. Cubicle Stack #2

  14. Cubicle Stack #2

    Pretty sure these counts are wildly inaccurate but here goes...:
  15. Whodunit?

    For Bert, can you draw lines between points of intersection (like the theorem rocdocmac mentioned) or does the triangle have to be formed from the trisecting lines as attached?
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