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# Making Cuboids

Using some squared paper and having sticky tape and scissors would be a good idea.

How will you know that all your cuboids are different from each other?

What can you make just using the $2$ unit lengths?

What can you make using just the $3$ unit lengths?

What can you make using just the $4$ unit lengths etc ...?

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Using some squared paper and having sticky tape and scissors would be a good idea.

How will you know that all your cuboids are different from each other?

What can you make just using the $2$ unit lengths?

What can you make using just the $3$ unit lengths?

What can you make using just the $4$ unit lengths etc ...?

How can you put five cereal packets together to make different shapes if you must put them face-to-face?