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Math Question Grade 5

by Wayne Collins
(Kincardine On. Canada)











































suppose you build a tower of interlocking cubes that is 99 cubes tall. and suppose you paint every square on all four sides of the toqer, as well as the top. You dont have to paint the base of the tower. How many squares do you have to paint. what is the relationship between the height of the tower and the number of squares to paint.

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Oct 04, 2011
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Oct 04, 2011
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Oct 04, 2011
Painting a Cube Tower
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by Wayne Collins
(Kincardine On. Canada)

suppose you build a tower of interlocking cubes that is 99 cubes tall. and suppose you paint every square on all four sides of the toqer, as well as the top. You dont have to paint the base of the tower. How many squares do you have to paint. what is the relationship between the height of the tower and the number of squares to paint.


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The relationship is:


Height = number of cubes, or height in cubes

Total squares to paint = (4 sides per cube) * (height in cubes) + 1 top square


Squares to Paint:

Total squares to paint = (4 sides per cube) * (99 cubes high) + 1 top square

Total squares to paint = 397



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