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Baby/Toddler Nerds planning to build Menger Sponge! - Alex

Inspired by the Mega Menger project, the OSA “Baby Nerds” Club have decided to construct a level 3 Menger sponge out of folded business cards! But what is a Menger Sponge? This is a Menger Sponge: Clear? Maybe jnot. It was first described by mathematician Karl Menger in 1926. It is a cube, where each side has a hole of exactly one ninth of the surface. Each of those holes has a hole on each surface and the remaining surface is split into eight with a hole one ninth of the surface inside it. For each iteration of the holes through the middle, the sponge is an additional level. For example, any normal cube is a level 0 Menger sponge, as it has no holes! A level 1 would be made up of 20 level 0

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