Q: If you have cubes that are two inches on each edge how many would fit in a cube that was 16 inches on each edge?

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Edges . . .Each cube . . . 12Four cubes. . . 48Vertices . . .Each cube . . . 8Four cubes . . 32

Each cube has 6 faces. So 4 cubes together would have 24 faces.

Ok, say you have a large cube with edges of one inch each. If you cut that cube into eight separate cubes, each with a side length of .5 inches, the surface area is increased, because now more of the original substance is exposed.

Each face of the cube would have an area of 4*4 = 16 sq inches. A cube has 6 faces so the total surface area = 6*16 = 96 sq inches.

Cube root of 64 is 4 therefore cube is 4 x 4 x 4. Each side of the cube has 16 visible small cube faces, 4 of which are corners (3 green sides) and 8 more are edges (2 green sides), so there are only four small cubes with one green face on each of the six sides of the large cube. Your answer is therefore 24.

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you would need 8 cubes each of 1" to make a larger cube with 2" dimensions

Edges . . .Each cube . . . 12Four cubes. . . 48Vertices . . .Each cube . . . 8Four cubes . . 32

Answer = 8. The only small cubes with paint on three faces are those that occupied the corners of the original cube.

Each side would be approximately 6.08 units.

Each cube has 6 faces. So 4 cubes together would have 24 faces.

The volume of this cube would be 8000 cubic inches.

12 divided by four = 3 inches.

1 000 000 cubes would be held. 1 000 litres of water.

That will heavily depend on the weight of each cube.Mathematically . . .# of cubes in a ton = 2,000/weight of each cube in pounds

One cube of sugar typically weighs about 2.3 to 2.8 grams. Therefore, to determine how many cubes of sugar make 30g, you would divide 30g by the weight of one cube of sugar. This calculation would result in approximately 10 to 13 cubes of sugar to make 30g, depending on the weight of each cube.

Cube world are cubes designed by Radica and made by Mattel. Each cube has a separate stick man with its own personality and object to play with. Connecting the cubes together lets the stick men interact, go into others cubes and un-lock animations. Each cube has its own basic game but the bigger "Place" cubes have much better games that also let you un-lock animations. Each small cube requires a round CR2032 battery. The bigger "Place" cubes need three AAA batteries and the special "Mod" cubes require 2 AAA batteries.

How many cubes fit will depend on the size of each cube.