Um...infinite? The cube's dimensions are not set, so it could be 4x4x4 or 6x6x6 and so on. If you're talking about how many ways you can fold six connected squares into a cube, well that's eleven. Here, I found this site where the eleven are listed. http://www.sarkarcubes.com/images/CubeNets.gif
That is about 43 quintillion ways to solve a Rubik's cube.
i think it depends on what kind of cube net you have
The information on the "net fold" is missing from your question.
Using a net, u can make a cube in 11 different ways. click on this link below to view all the ways
There are many ways to solve a Rubik's cube, but all of them require practice!
There are many different ways to make an origami cube. One such technique is diagrammed at http://www.diagrami.com/diagrams.php?shape=cube
SO some good ways to melt a ice cube is... Leave it in boliing water Put in a glass with hot water and salt Out on a ROCKin the sun Many many more ways.... BE CREATIVE!
Becuase 5-fold, 7-fold, 8-fold or any other higher-fold crystal's structure (shape) is based on the geometric arrangement of atoms, so can not completely fill the space.
There is no real "secret" to it. There are just many ways to solve the Rubik's cube. Here's my favorite website that shows exactly how to solve the Rubik's Cube.
It is possible in only 6! = 6x5x4x3x2x1 or 720 ways.
Go to You Tube and search "fold shirts' there are several different ways to do this.
The answer depends on the shape of the paper when you start.
Fold our your 3D cube and measure all the way around it. If it is a 2D shape then measure around that. By G2010
It increases nine-fold.
It increases 8-fold.
A cube...draw the net and fold it You could print a picture on it
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 different sugar cube. If you allow chemical reactions, as in "how many ways can the contents of a sugar cube be used to make another substance?", then again, there are an infinite number if potential transformations. If you were to hurl a particular sugar cube into the ocean or the sun, in a thousand years, atoms from that cube would be found in several billion organisms.
First, you fold it in half long ways. Then, with the crease on top, take and fold a tip. Then you have it.
Draw the net of a cube (picture below) on a piece of paper, cut it out and fold on the black lines. Put glue on the trapezium-shaped tabs to hold the cube together.
Julienne, slice, mince, chop, dice & cube.