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  • Subject: [mg48790] SOLVING A CUBE
  • From: "Alexey Semenov" <aaaaa at>
  • Date: Wed, 16 Jun 2004 04:55:27 -0400 (EDT)
  • Reply-to: "Alexey Semenov" <aaaaa at>
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Hi everyone.

I would greatly appreciate if you can help me with a link to a modeling
software program or a formula for calculating the following:

I have piece of rock which equals to 1 cubic meter (length/height/width- one
meter each side). I need to cut pieces that equal to 45cm X 45cm X 3cm
(length/width/height). How many of these pieces i can get out of a 1 cubic
meter stone?


Thank you very much

P.S. The reason for the software is that i need to make it visual. I have no
problem using a pencil and a ruler but drawing and calculating 30 different
models is just nuts. Besides it has to be a computer presentation with a
possibility of printing.

Thank you again

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