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# The figure above shows two views of a solid that is construted from cu

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The figure above shows two views of a solid that is construted from cubes of the same size. How many cubes are needed to construct the solid?

(A) Eleven
(B) Ten
(C) Nine
(D) Eight
(E) Seven

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01 Dec 2017, 02:50
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Bunuel wrote:
The figure above shows two views of a solid that is construted from cubes of the same size. How many cubes are needed to construct the solid?

(A) Eleven
(B) Ten
(C) Nine
(D) Eight
(E) Seven

Hi Bunuel,

I think the figure is missing.
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01 Dec 2017, 02:55
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Bunuel wrote:
The figure above shows two views of a solid that is construted from cubes of the same size. How many cubes are needed to construct the solid?

(A) Eleven
(B) Ten
(C) Nine
(D) Eight
(E) Seven

Hi Bunuel,

I think the figure is missing.

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Re: The figure above shows two views of a solid that is construted from cu  [#permalink]

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02 Dec 2017, 01:36
If we look at just the front and side view of the solid we can conclude that there are 7 cubes however if we look at the back view we find an extra cube on the left side which was not visible in the front and side view earlier.

Hence the total no: of cubes we have is 7+1 = 8 to construct one solid.

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