[next] [prev] [up] Date: Mon, 24 Jul 95 17:32:11 -0700
[next] [prev] [up] From: Ronnie B. Kon <ronnie@cisco.com >
~~~ [prev] [up] Subject: Re: Shallow-cut dodecahedron, and Re: Little keychain cubes

Of course, a 25-cm cube would be fun to have, too. I imagine it would be
about a 25x25x25, which would have about 7.3 * 10^2328 combinations (even

And the the box would probably tout its difficulty as having "more
than 10 billion possibilities." :-(

When they changed the lottery here in California from pick 6 of 48
numbers to pick 6 of 52 there was a steady stream of people on the
evening news whining about how the lottery used to be hard to win, but
now it's almost impossible. (I'll save you some trouble: it went from
1 in 12,271,512 to 1 in 20,358,520).


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