Cubed Triangles

 

by Peter Grabarchuk

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Each of the eight shapes scattered around the cube in the illustration above consists of five squares and two triangles. Some of these shapes can supposedly be folded into a 1x1x1 cube, while others can not.

Can you figure out which of the shapes can be folded into the cube, keeping in mind that only the folds along the dotted lines are allowed?

 
Last Updated: April 30, 2006
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