# What is a term for a hyper cube?

A hypercube, a generalization of the cube to more than three dimensions, is called a "n-cube" or "measure polytope". The tesseract is the four-dimensional version most often seen depicted, which seems to be (in two dimensions) a box hanging inside another box.

### How many meter cube in liter cube?

None, since there can be no conversion. A metre cube is a measure of volume in normal 3-dimensional space while a litre cube is a measure of hyper volume in 9-dimensional space. Whether or not 9-d space exists, according to basic principles of dimensional analysis, any attempt at conversion from one to the other is fundamentally flawed.

### How much mm cube in ml cube?

None, since there can be no conversion.A millimetre cube is a measure of volume in normal 3-dimensional space while a millilitre cube is a measure of hyper volume in 9-dimensional space. Whether or not 9-d space exists, according to basic principles of dimensional analysis, any attempt at conversion from one to the other is fundamentally flawed.

### What is the medical term meaning high blood insulin levels?

Hyperinsulinemia means high levels of insulin in the blood. hyperinsulinemia Hyperinsulinemia Hyperinsulinemia (Hyper- "excessive", insulin/o "insulin", -emia "blood, blood condition") The term is Hyperinsulinism (hyper means excessive, insulin means insulin, and -ism means condition). Hyperinsulinemia insulinemia Hyperinsulinemia (Hyper- "excessive", insulin/o "insulin", -emia "blood, blood condition") The term is Hyperinsulinism (hyper means excessive, insulin means insulin, and -ism means condition). Hyperinsulinemia Hyperinsulinemia

### What is the word when you hiper?

I think the word you're seeking is hyper. The word 'hyper' is a slang adjective used to describe someone as overstimulated or having a very excitable or nervous temperament. The term 'hyper' is actually a prefix added to the beginning of a word to infer that it is above, beyond, or excessive; for example, hyperactive or hypersensitive.

### What phobia is the fear of being hyper?

There does not appear to be a scientific term to describe a fear of being hyper. Perhaps the fear stems from a fear of being perceived negatively, or of not being taken seriously. This is not to say that 'being hyper' is a negative trait. I've worked with many CEO's of corporations and other high paid professionals that would all be easily considered 'hyper' by their colleagues. They were all quite accomplished, both professionally and…

### What are the names of 4 dimensional sided figures?

Where the 4-dimensional figures are analogous to their 3-dimensional counterparts, the 4-d name is usually obtained by using the prefix "hyper". This does not distinguish between a 4-d figure or one in higher dimensions but, if necessary, the name can include that information. For example, 4-dimensional hyper-cube.

### How do you find a product of a cube of a binomial?

There is a trick to this one. cube the first and write it down. write the opposite sign of the middle term. multiply the first constant times the second constant times 2 and write it down. square the first term write it down, square the second term and write it down. cube the last term including its sign and write it down. Example: (a-b)^3= a^3+2a^2b^2-b^3 (2x+3y)^3=8x^3=12x^2y^2+27y^3