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If you attach some 14 brackets together, this is the result. The highest number possible is six. The challenge is to use only 14 brackets, without using any other kind of piece.

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   Here is how it looks. the one on the left has four; the one on the right has six.

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   Six is the highest number I've ever got to. Can to think of other ways to attach them?

In response to Dean Hofmeyer: Well, yes, but six is the highest number you can get without adding any pieces other than the brackets.

In response to Pierre Fieschi: Interesting. I am glad you tried this. Thank you.


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  January 25, 2007
interesting, ill have to try that.
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  January 12, 2007
i m stuck with 7 brackets...not offseted or anything ...i think its possible to go higher than 7 it must depend on how you start assembling them
  January 6, 2007
I think you misunderstand Dean's statement. Dean's statement does not involve any other parts, it just involves a non-standard connection method. Another solution to your six-piece limit is to connect the brackets offset rather than centered. Perhaps define the challenge a bit more so that we know what is and is not acceptable for this challange.
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  January 3, 2007
You can stick the 1 x 2 plate part in between the studs pf the bracket part, resulting in infinite connections.
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