Q: Why are number cubes called seven cubes?

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Seven cubes are cubes like dice with the faces labeled so that 1 is opposite 6. 2 is opposite 5 and 3 is opposite 4. Thus the sum of a face and its opposite is always 7.

The answer probably is 3*2*4 = 24 unit cubes but you could also do it with 10 cubes: 2 cubes of size 2*2*2 and 8 unit cubes. The question does not require the cubes to be unit cubes.

They are called solid figure because they are three-dimensional shapes.

Yes. Any number that can be expressed as a fraction or a ratio is a rational number. Seven is a rational number because it can be expressed as 7/1.

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It is because each pair of opposite faces adds to seven.

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Seven cubes are cubes like dice with the faces labeled so that 1 is opposite 6. 2 is opposite 5 and 3 is opposite 4. Thus the sum of a face and its opposite is always 7.

ramanujam expressed the number 1729 in sum of cubes of two positive numbers in two different ways.

If the number cubes are standard dice cubes, the odds of rolling 3 ones is 1 in 216.

There is no name for it. If you were looking for the answer "capacity" the question is very poorly worded.

There are 12 squares on 2 cubes

They are generally called Magic Cubes due to copyright issues by the Rubik's brand

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.