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Filling a Cube Seven Parts at a Time
A cube is split into seven filled parts and one empty part. The process can be repeated on the empty part, so that in the limit the whole cube is filled. Consolidate the small cubes to see the seven stair-shaped sections.
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Michael Schreiber
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