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==Puzzle==
 
==Puzzle==
 
A strangely shaped container sits before you.
 
A strangely shaped container sits before you.
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What is the total volume of the figure in cubic feet? Don't worry about the thickness of the walls of the vessel.
 
What is the total volume of the figure in cubic feet? Don't worry about the thickness of the walls of the vessel.
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==Hints==
 
==Hints==
 
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|1=You'll have a difficult time calculating the answer without rearranging things first. Think about cutting the shape along lines AD and BC.
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How can you reform this shape to make things easier to understand. }}
 
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==Solution==
 
==Solution==
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===Correct===
 
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Good work!
 
Good work!

Revision as of 21:09, June 22, 2011

Find the Volume is a puzzle in Professor Layton and the Curious Village.

Puzzle

A strangely shaped container sits before you.

All sides of the shape, save for depth, are of equal length.

All four points, A, B, C, and D, are located in the center of their respective sides. Additionally, line AD, line BC, and the depth of the container are all one foot.

What is the total volume of the figure in cubic feet? Don't worry about the thickness of the walls of the vessel.

Hints




Click a Tab to reveal the Hint.

You'll have a difficult time calculating the answer without rearranging things first. Think about cutting the shape along lines AD and BC.

How can you reform this shape to make things easier to understand.


Solution

Correct

Good work!

As shown above, the odd shape you were given can be reconfigured into a cube with a volume of one cubic foot.

CVW020S

A big thanks to http://professorlaytonwalkthrough.blogspot.com

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