The adjacent model represents a three-dimensional representation of the positive integers.
This means that each number has a distinct physical equivalent. For example, the number zero corresponds to nothing, that is, an empty vertical line as it should be.
Likewise, the number one is represented by a single orange cube while the number two corresponds to a green pillar of three respective cubes and so on.
Presently, a mathematical game is under development in order to help students learn about the positive integers and their properties.
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