1. Learn factoring. A factor is one of the smaller components of a number that, when multiplied by another factor, give you the number; in this case, X cubed. To factor a number,
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1. Play this game with children ages 6 and up. 2. Freeze some large ice cubes, using plastic cups or bowls. Make sure that the ice cubes will be thin enough so that children can get
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1. Select and purchase wood from a local hardware supply store or lumber company. 2. Measure and then cut 12 boards, 20inches each, to act as the tops and bottoms of the cubes. 3
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