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Prince Rupert's Cube
Prince Rupert's cube is the largest cube that can be made to pass through a given cube. The edge length of the red cube is
times the length of the blue cube.
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Izidor Hafner
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[1] D. Wells,
The Penguin Dictionary of Curious and Interesting Geometry
, London: Penguin Books, 1991 p. 195.
[2] Wikipedia. "Prince Rupert's Cube." (Nov 21, 2013)
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prince_Rupert's_cube
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Passing a Cube through a Cube of the Same Size
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Steinhaus' Billiard Ball Loop
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Izidor Hafner
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Published: January 27, 2014
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