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If 1cm cubes are stacked on a base which is 1cm wide and 2 1/2 cm deep how high will the pile be

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Without knowing how many cubes we can't tell how high the pile will be. We do know that two 1cm cubes can fit on the base, however, two 1cm cubes can be placed on the cubes that are on the base and the tower of cubes can be stacked to an indeterminable height.

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