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5x5x5 gives us 125

7x7x7 gives us 343

343/125 is 2.744

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The volume of a cube with seven feet is 7x7x7 or 343 cubic feet.

No. 64 is a cube number (4x4x4), 125 is the next one (5x5x5).

If you mean what is 5 cubed, it is 125. 5x5x5=125.

no, 75 is not a cube. The small cubes are 0, 1,8,27,64,125,.. which are the cubes of 0,1,2,3,4, and 5 respectively.

A cube that equals 125 is 5x5x5. It has six sides that are 5x5 25x6=150 square units.

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When c = the number that is the dimension of the cube (ex. this time, 7), you can find the number of cubes for any size of cube. c3 - (c - 2)3 So for 7, that is 7x7x7 - (5x5x5) 49x7 - 25x5 343 - 125 218 There are 218 cubies in a 7x7x7 Rubik's cube!

V Cubes make them. http://www.v-cubes.com/index.php

If you want a 7x7x7 there is only one place to go, http://www.v-cubes.com/ they are the only 6x6x6 and 7x7x7 cubes in the world and they are extremly expencive + a lot of shipping. the 7x7x7 is called a v cube 7

There would be a 125 cubes in a cube that is 5 units x 5 units x 5 units.

21 Interesting figure, how it was reached I have no idea. However, not including the other products (like the Rubik's magic, and there are lots more) Rubik's or similar companies manufacture - just the Rubik's cube, not including variations on the regular cubes like the Sudokube or special patterned ones, there are four. These include the 2x2x2, the 3x3x3, the 4x4x4 Rubik's, and the 5x5x5. There are 6x6x6 and 7x7x7 cubes in existence, but are technically not Rubik''s cubes because they are manufactured by different companies (Eastsheen, and V-Cube - who are developing cube sizes up to 11x11x11!! (can't wait for that)).

2x2x2 (Mini Cube)3x3x3 (The Classic)4x4x4 (Rubik's Revenge)5x5x5 (The Professor Cube)Rubik's MagicRubik's Twist Cube

It exists. what about it?

Professor's Cube.

Currently (DEC 09) there are 2x2x2, 3x3x3, 4x4x4, 5x5x5, 6x6x6, 7x7x7, and 9x9x9 mass-produced rubik's cubes. The 6x6x6, and 7x7x7, are available from either V-Cubes (original inventor) or QJ (Chinese Knock-Off), and they both have future plans to make larger ones. QJ has also built a 9x9x9, bu V-Cubes plans to build everything up to 11x11x11, which is so far the only source to publically announce the coming of the 10x10x10. Puzzle-building masters have made their own 8x8x8 (2 in the world), 9x9x9, 11x11x11 (1 in the world, Tony Fisher), and 12x12x12 (1 in the world, Leslie Lee). However, Gabbasoft Cube simulator allows you to solve virtual cubes up to 20x20x20 in size.

the most popular Rubik's cube is the 3x3x3 Rubik's cube. There are a lot of puzzle of the same kind that are very popular (7x7x7 V-Cube, Megamix, etc). My favourite is the 7x7x7 V-Cube.

in a rubik's cube shop,that is commen sense!

Make it 5x5x5