By Ken Iobst, Bill Alford
It is not the Rubik's dice, this can be concerning the Pyramid!
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LUNAR LANDER LASER RAY GUN 59 STRIPES FLOWERS 60 CREATING A NEW PUZZLE The PYRAMID can be transformed into another puzzle by removing the four tip pieces. The simple solution to the PYRAMID will also work for this new puzzle. The challenge is the same; the reduced size is easier to hold. The modification is simple. All you need are four 1/8 inch flat washers and four size 4/40 machine screws, 11/4 inches long. You can find these at any hardware store. First, use a screwdriver or flat tool to pry off a tip piece.
Simply choose the pretty pattern you want to make and then perform the sequence. The patterns are ordered from the easiest to the most difficult. Tricolors :~As V 'V47 Christmas Trees 48 49 Pinwheels 50 51 Hour Glasses 52 53 Bkcolors V V Vv 54 55 PYRAMID MATH The Cube is very difficult for most people to solve because it has over 43 quintillion possibilities. Fortunately, the PYRAMID is much easier because it only has about 76 million possibilities. This number is calculated by examining the various PYRAMID pieces and how they move about in the puzzle.
Bicolors" and "Tricolors" appear on all four sides of the PYRAMID. "Christmas Trees," "Pinwheels," and "Hour Glasses" appear on three sides of the PYRAMID with the fourth side a solid color. Simply choose the pretty pattern you want to make and then perform the sequence. The patterns are ordered from the easiest to the most difficult. Tricolors :~As V 'V47 Christmas Trees 48 49 Pinwheels 50 51 Hour Glasses 52 53 Bkcolors V V Vv 54 55 PYRAMID MATH The Cube is very difficult for most people to solve because it has over 43 quintillion possibilities.