Can you describe any partition of a cube in to smaller cubes that are not the same size? (I know a few answers to this one...)(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

It is easy to think of 8 identical cubes being combined to make one big cube. But, if the cubes don't have to be the same size: is there another way to do it? (I think I know the answer)

Can you describe any partition of a cube in to smaller cubes that are not the same size and that are not based on divisions of the larger cube in to regular grid? (no idea)

Can you describe a partition in to cubes where every cube is a different size? (no idea)

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# Cube partition

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