On Monday and Tuesday, the two groups split up while one observed the other getting their bearings of the Tinkercad site and graphing in three dimensional planes. The assignment for the imaging group was to develop a 35mm diameter 5mm tall coin. I was surprised to see that when given this prompt, students would regularly place numerical signs on their coins, implying the assignment of value to an object they created. Within the parameters of Tinkercad, the students could pile multiple pre-created shapes onto their coins. I was surprised that almost all the coins I saw were one sided, and that students were only operating on the x and y axises when they could have raised the object off of the x and y plane and build from both sides.