Tough to solve, but well worth it.

Making math fun with Rubik's Cube.

Math and logic are tough to learn and even harder to teach. Golden Valley HS math teacher German Robledo is using Rubik's Cube to make it a little more interesting. Robledo is offering to teach his students to solve Rubik's Cube using the concepts learnd in his geometry class. He will present a series of short lunchtime workshops that will lead students to a solution. He is looking for donations.
"A lot of people buy a Rubic's Cube, get frustrated, and leave it buried in a toybox or in the garage", says Robledo. "I want those cubes."
He hopes to gather 120 cubes, enough for every student in his geometry and calculus classes.
"It would cost a fortune to buy all those cube on my own and most of my students can't afford the $10". He is accepting donations of new and used cubes at Golden Valley High School.
"My students are really excited about the project".

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