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Mathematics exploration and enjoyment helps build brainpower in the challenges found at Numbers Nation: a place to discover some new mathematical ideas, investigate with friends and experts, and hone knowledge of the universe’s common language. The Numbers Lady interacted with children of all ages exploring NumbersAlive! Puzzling Polygons.
1776DC 12th Floor
4:30 – 7:00 pm Friday, October 23, 2015
1776DC member NumbersAlive! has developed and received a design patent for Puzzling Polygons in September 2015 so it is time to celebrate with a fun and friendly puzzle competition!
Create your puzzle team of 2-4 colleagues and demonstrate your puzzle smarts by conquering the 4 sets of puzzling polygons in the picture below. Prize for the team solving the four puzzles first!
Goal: Make an equilateral triangle of the 6 triangle pieces, equilateral quadrilateral of the 6 quadrilaterals, equilateral pentagon of the 6 pentagons and equilateral hexagon of the 6 hexagons.
Sound simple? Think “Rubic’s Cube” for Polygons!
Beer, wine and snacks for all—participants and those who encourage the teams from the sidelines.