One thousand 1x1x1 cubes in a 10x10x10 cube Outside spray painted How many have no paint?
cubes without paint: 83 = 512. cubes with paint: 103 - 83 = 1,000 - 512 = 488.
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If you have a 10x10x10 cube made up of smaller cubes 1x1x1 cubes if you paint the outside cube how many cubes are not painted?
If i had 1000 blocks that are 1x1x1 and put them all together in a cube shape and dipped into paint how many blocks would have paint on them?
God consists of 3 persons: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit (also known as the 'Holy Trinity'), equalling 1 God. 1x1x1=1 However there are other things that have 3 separate parts and yet are one. Clover has trifoliate leaves, or 3 separate leaves, yet is one unit. 1x1x1+1 Man has 3 parts, body, soul, spirit, equals 1 man. 1x1x1=1 A Company also has 3 parts, such as Office, Factory, Retail, but it is still the one…
1x1x1=1 2x2x2=8 3x3x3=27 4x4x4=64 5x5x5=125 6x6x6=216 7x7x7=343 8x8x8=512 9x9x9=729 10x10x10=1000 11x11x11=1331 12x12x12=1728 13x13x13=2197 14x14x14=2744 15x15x15=3375 16x16x16=4096 17x17x17=4913 18x18x18=5832 19x19x19=6859 20x20x20=8000 21x21x21=9261 use calculator to work out the rest cant be bothered to write out any more LOL :-)
A cube number normally refers to a number that is a cube of an integer. Now 13 = 1*1*1 = 1 and 23 = 2*2*2 = 8. So, if 6 were a cube then it would have to be the cube of a whole nmumber between 1 and 2. But there are no integers between 1 and 2. SO 6 cannot be a proper cube. Having said that, 6 IS the cube of the irrational…
It depends on what shape of object you're working with. For clarity's sake, let's go with a standard cube. Assume that the cube has dimensions of 1x1x1 (all in feet). Its volume is given by the equation: V = lwh and its surface area is given by the equation: SA = 2(lw)+2(lh)+2(hw). (length*width would give you the area of one side, and multuplying that by two will give you the side directly across from it…
The answer is not 1. While it may seem like 1 raised to anything equals 1 (because 1x1=1, and 1x1x1=1, ad infinitum), this is actually not the case. The answer is that 1 raised to infinity is indeterminate. When dealing with infinity, you are talking about a non-finite number, so that essentially throws all rules about algebra out the window.