Monday, December 31, 2012 at 9:27 am (Updated: December 31, 9:30 am)
Engineering students at Elizabethtown High School recently used small blocks to create cube puzzles. Each puzzle included five pieces, each piece using four to six blocks. Students used 3-D modeling software, and geometry principles to build the puzzles. Students did not shy from difficulty level and two puzzles could not be solved within two hours, said teacher Justin Line.
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