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What are the answers for the problems in the worksheet, "Stacking Dice Puzzles"?

Asked by Linda in commenting on the worksheet, "Stacking Dice Puzzles": http://www.education.com/worksheet/article/stac...
In Topics: Helping my child with math
> 60 days ago

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Maverick
Maverick , Teacher writes:
1.  5 is to the right of 1.  6 is on the opposite side of 1.  4 is on top face and 3 at the bottom.

2.  The sum of the numbers on opposite sides is 7.

3.  1+2+3+4+5+6 = 21

4.  42, 63, 84, 105

5.  210 , 2100, 21000

6.  21*n

7.  Yes, it is possible and the sum of each side is 7.  

8.  It's not possible.

9.  Yes, 7*2 = 14

10.  2 dice = 14
      3 dice = n/a  and so on

11  a. yes
     b.  (12/2) * 7 = 42
      c.  50 *7 = 350
     d.  500*7 = 3500
     e.  (n/2) * 7 = 7n/2

12.  Make up your own.  

Cheers :)
> 60 days ago

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