Q: How many cubes in one layer?

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For a rectangle, do the following:1. Count the number of cubes on one side of the retangle.2. Count the number of cubes on an adjacent side (not the opposite side)3. Multiple both numbers together. The result is your answer.

Give us the dimensions of the prism.

2 layers would fit in the prism and each layer would have 15 cubes. Total: 30 cubes.

One cube has 12 edges so 2 cubes have ... 24 edges!

One cube has twelve edges, therefore two cubes have twenty four edges.

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That depends on the box.

Assuming that the cubes are 1x1x1, there will be one thousand cubes in the larger cube.

25

An ice cube melts from the outside layer in. As the outer layer of molecules gains energy it starts to vibrate and moves from solid to liquid phase, sloughing off and allowing the next layer to undergo the same process.

Layers of tubes cannot be triangular.

what is the answer and how did you get it

The entire outer layer is painted so an 8x8x8 block inside isn't painted. Zero. All cubes are painted on at least one side and the 10x10x10 cube is painted on all sides. It's a 10x10x10 cube meaning there are 1000 cubelets. Ones on the inside too. So 8x8x8 = 512.

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Well one has eight vertices then you just multiply eight by whatever number of cubes you have!

Eight half inch cubes would fill a one inch cube.