The activity was to look at a birds eye view of an amount of blocks and try to a figure out what the building looked on the left, right, back and front. The second task was the complete opposite and you had to draw the birds eye view from looking at the sides on maths 300. to find the max and minimum on sheet 2 I would start off by finding the max and then chip blocks away to find the minimum. and for 15 challenge I placed all the blocks on the grid and then chipped them off to get to fifteen. I found getting used to maths 300 at the beginning hard because you had the x ray visions which helped but took a few minutes to get used to. And switching between the views, like the birds eye view and the normal side view. I learnt how to see different perspectives and how to limit the amount of blocks for the max and minimum.