How many 5cm cubes can be cut out from a 20cm cubes?


Top Answer
User Avatar
Wiki User
2008-12-19 10:13:30
2008-12-19 10:13:30

The 20 cm cube can be sliced into four(a) layers - each one 20 cm wide, 20 cm long and 5cm high.

Each of those layers can be sliced into four(b) strips 20 cm wide, 5 cm long and 5 cm high

Each of those strips can be sliced into four(c) cubes 5cm wide, 5 cm long and 5 cm high

Four(a) x four(b) x four(c) = 64

User Avatar

Related Questions

How many smaller cubes are not painted at all if a cube is painted green on all sides & cut into 64 cubes of equal size?

Loaves come in many sizes, unsliced or sliced, white or wholemeal, etc. Basically, take a loaf, cut off the crust, cut into cubes of the desired size. Use as many cubes as matches the recipe.

Cut wire into 20cm & 80cm lengths...20cm length bends into a square with 5cm sidesarea therefore = 5 x 5 = 25sq cm80cm length bends into a square with 20cm sidesarea therefore = 20 x 20 = 40sq cm25 + 400 = 425sq cm

When it gets longer than 5cm

Apples cut into small cubes.

It varies based on the size of the pickle and how they are cut (spears, slices, planks, or cubes).

Cantaloupe can be cut into small cubes, sliced, or cut into small balls.

The answer will depend on the size of the flags. However, given the size of the pond, four flags, with a 10 cm x 10 cm area cut out of one corner, should suffice.

You can have the 18 as prisms, OR.. they can be cut up into an infinite number of different prisms, as many as your tools for cutting it can make.

Any type of bread can make bread cubes. All you have to do is toast the bread or let it become a little stale then cut it up into cubes.

Depends how big you cut them.

Answer = 8. The only small cubes with paint on three faces are those that occupied the corners of the original cube.

Yes, rabbits can eat zucchini, but you have to cut it up into smaller pieces of cut them into cubes.

We could really use that other dimension. A circle with a radius of 5cm has a 10cm diameter and can fit in a square that is 10 cm on each side. If the paper is 50 cm x 50 cm, there will be 25 of them.

If the dimensions of the cuboid are also in cm then (16*4*8)/(2*2*2) = 64 cubes

The question is ambiguous to the extent that a 6metre cube would normally refer to a cube with sides of 6 metres. If so, six such cubes can be cut, with 864 cubic metres left over. However, the term can also refer to a cube with a volume of 6 cubic metres, that is, sides of 1.82 metres. You can cut 288 such cubes and have 432 m3 left over.

We can get a two cubes because when you cut the rectangular prism you can get it.You will see.^_^

A 41 inch cube is 41X41X41 inches. 413=68921 cubic inches. A 41 inch cube can be cut into 68921 one-inch cubes.

Stack a few slices of bread on top of each other and cut into strips. Then cut across the strips to get cubes.

Copyright ยฉ 2020 Multiply Media, LLC. All Rights Reserved. The material on this site can not be reproduced, distributed, transmitted, cached or otherwise used, except with prior written permission of Multiply.