PRIZE PUZZLE FOR SEPTEMBER 2007
The above diagram shows five cubes labelled A to E drawn out so that each of the six faces are shown. Four of the cubes are the same cube shown in different orientations. The fifth cube is different. Which is the odd one out?
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The answer is B. The face on the right of the B diagram has been twisted 90 degrees.
I had five answers: they were from John Bownas (who won the draw), Len Brett, Sky Peacock, John Stafford and David Groom.
Thank you all for having a good go at this puzzle. John Bownas confessed to me that he cut out the diagrams and reformed them to make small cubes which were then be compared.