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Guys? Do you have a lego brick? if you have, please tell me how's the prize, ok? Answered

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Vyger

4 years ago

What are the other units of measure they come in?

I have a left over Lego lump. It was supposed to be a ball but they just are not round enough.

How many lumps does it take to make a brick? How many bricks does it take to make a square? A square is a measure used in roofing. You usually buy shingles by the square although they are not square.

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TheBATs

4 years ago

Here are some images......

legosmall.jpglegobucket.jpglegomassive.jpglegomedium.jpg
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ALNADZTheBATs

Answer 4 years ago

actually, i just need the brick of lego..

not the lego

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ALNADZ

4 years ago

okay.. thankyou friends

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TheBATs

4 years ago

Well, I have hundreds of Lego bricks, and do you mean to ask how is the prize someone won, or is prize a typo and is it meant to be price, because if your talking about the price, well a small Lego set usually costs about £5-10, A medium size : £60-30, while big models can be range from £80-100s. So yeah Lego is not cheap. You can get a bucket full of basic Lego for £25. (All from Argos (That mindstorms thing cost £240)) A Lego brick on its own:

http://shop.lego.com/en-GB/Pick-A-Brick-ByTheme

http://shop.lego.com/en-GB/

Here the US shop:

http://shop.lego.com/en-US/

http://shop.lego.com/en-US/Pick-A-Brick-ByTheme?_r...

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Jack A Lopez

4 years ago

I am guessing that you are maybe asking about a Lego(r) related contest? Since your query asks about a "prize" and a "lego brick".

All the presently open contests can be found on this page:

https://www.instructables.com/contest/

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rickharris

4 years ago

Even if this is Google translated it exceeds normal levels of obscurity.

I have several Lego bricks.