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# Dice in a Corner

##### Age 7 to 11 Challenge Level:  Three dice are sitting in the corner with the simple rule that where two faces touch they must be the same numbers.
So, in the first picture above there are $3$'s at the bottom of the red dice and on the top of the middle green and there are $4$'s on the bottom of the green dice and the top of the white dice. The numbers on the seven faces that can be seen are then added and make $21$.

In the second picture above there are $4$'s at the left of the red dice and on the right of the green dice and there are $3$'s on the left of the green dice and the right of the white dice. The numbers on the seven faces that can be seen are then added and make $23$.

Use your own dice (you could use two or three or more...)
Now for a challenge -  arrange dice (using at least $2$ and up to as many as you like) in a line in the corner, so that the faces you can see add up to $18$ in as many ways as possible. 