# 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.

there's another explanation on this site

### How many persons are there in God?

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…

### Cube numbers up to 30?

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 :-)

### Why isn't 6 a cube number?

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…

### How does area and volume change as an object gets bigger?

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…

### What is 1 raised to the power of infinity?

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.