What are the Metric dimensions of a sugar cube?
Roughly a 1 centimeter cube.
It depends on what cube you are talking about. If you mean a cube of sugar then about about 4x10^-6 metric tons. A cubic metre of water is close enough to 1 metric ton. The cube from the movie 'The Cube', that angry robot cube from Star Trek or a Rubik's cube are all other cube examples that would have varying weights.
yes a sugar cube is a solid because it is not runny or gassy e.g water is a liquid and air is a gas so that means that this sugar cube is a solid but if you combined the water and the air and the sugar cube it will become a liquid because the sugar cube has disintegrated into the water and the air dose nothing.
That would depend on how you define "change" and "sugar cube". If moving a sugar cube changes it, since you could move any sugar cube to an uncountable number of other locations, such a sugar cube could change in an infinite number of ways. If you define "sugar cube" as a six sided solid of glucose, you could substitute any one or more of several billion atoms for its isotope, and change it into a…
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