Category Archives: Geometry

The Pentagon Estate

Five-star general Chester T. Hopscotch (the T standing for Tecumseh, a Shawnee chief he admired very much) decided to retire at the age of 75. The reason general Chester T. Hopscotch  waited so long to retire was that he had … Continue reading

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The Triple Pyramid

A man named Chadwick wanted to build a square pyramid with three levels to house his wife and kids. Chadwick wanted the ground floor to be 2000 square feet larger in area than the first floor, which would have 2000 … Continue reading

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The Cube Towers

An eccentric billionaire decided to build two tall pointed towers consisting of a series of stacked cubes. They would serve decorative purposes being placed in parallel at a large futuristic gate in his theme park. The material to be used … Continue reading

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