That is 18 cubic ft.
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Multiply the three dimensions.3x3x2=18 cubic units
Well 6=3x2 9=3x3 The common factors are 3.so... 3x3x2=18 so the LCM should be 18 Thanks for asking!
a factor strip is three numbers all primes that make up another prime number. like 3x3x2 are all primes and it makes 27. Also 2x2x3 = 18
I haven't seen them around... but I know that there's a Mind Games in Downtown Toronto and one in Mississauga(not many choices there) that sells cubes, and one in New Market that has half the store dedicated to cubes. There's also some small family-owned stores that sell some weird cubes, such as stores in Chinese malls (pacific mall, first markham place(I bought a master magic there), etc)
The LCD of 15 and 18 is 90 figure the rest out for yourselfs I know your not that stupid! If these are denominators in some problem, then proceed as follows: 15=3x5 and 18 is 3x3x2, so you need 2 threes, 1 five and 1 two to cover you. That's 3x3x5x2 = 90.
The factors of 18 are 1, 2, 3, 6, 9, and 18. The factors of 21 are 1, 3, 7, and 21. The common factors are 1 and 3. Therefore, the least common factor (the smallest common factor) is 1. Factorizations: 18-3x3x2 21-7x3
Yes, there is a way. For example, If you have 2 villagers in a village in the same house, eventually they will breed. Villagers breed only to fill houses. A house consists of a 3x3x2 space with a door. It doesn't have to have a roof. If you aren't in a village, you can put 2 villagers in a big house and put lots and lots of doors on the roof and then put blocks on the top of the doors. This will fool the villagers into thinking that they are houses. If you didn't understand any of this, check this YouTube video in the related links below.
If you want to find the LCM of two numbers, you first need to break those numbers down into their prime factors: 27=3x3x3 18=3x3x2 The next step is to discard the duplicate entries of any common prime factors. In this case, both numbers have two 3s in their prime factors, so we can discard 2 of these, leaving us with 3,3,3 and 2. Multiply all these together for the LCM: 3x3x3x2 = 54 So the lowest common multiple of 27 and 18 is 54.