Centimetres squared is a measure of area. Metres cubed is a measure of volume. If one has X centimetres squared as the area of the base of an object, and the object has a height of Y centimetres then the volume of the object is XY centimetres cubed. 1 metre contains 100 centimetres. 1 metre squared contains 100 x 100 = 10,000 centimetres squared 1 metre cubed contains 100 x 100 x 100 = 1,000,000 centimetres cubed
How about: (3 squared minus 2 cubed) + 1 to the fourth 3 cubed minus 5 squared log 100 Kim Basinger's weeks minus Doris Day's cents.
In terms of AU and years, P squared= A cubed P squared= 100 cubed= 100,000 P=1000 The comet is in the 1000 year period
100 squared (100 x 100) = 10,000
it's not a whole cubed number, though you could say that it is 3*sqrt(100) in which case it would be.
100 squared is 10,000To square a number multiply it by itselfso 100² = 100 × 100 = 10,000.
Since x represents a single number, and it is x squared over x squared, then it will be the same numbers in the numerator and the denominator, no matter what value you replace x with (as long as you replace both x's with the same number). Therefore the answer is 1, unless the value of x is 0, in which case it is undefined. eg: 5 squared / 5 squared = 1 100 squared / 100 squared = 1 Try it with your calculator.
1ml = 1cm(squared) Density of water 1g/cm(cubed) Basically. 100ml of water = 100cm(cubed) = 100g
the tenth square number is 100.
No, 90 is not a square number. 81 is 9 squared and 100 is 10 squared.
The answer will depend on the units. The mass of a 100 cubed millimitres will be quite different from that of 100 cubed metres, let alone 100 cubed kilometres!
100. the pattern is 7 squared, 8 squared, 9 squared....