2017 Volume 25 Pages 610-615
In this paper, we introduce the notion of “rep-cube”: a net of a cube that can be divided into multiple polygons, each of which can be folded into a cube. This notion is inspired by the notion of polyomino and rep-tile; both are introduced by Solomon W. Golomb, and well investigated in the recreational mathematics society. We prove that there are infinitely many distinct rep-cubes. We also extend this notion to doubly covered squares and regular tetrahedra.