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Each cut exposes new surface (that was previously in the interior of the cube) without changing the total volume, so yes. If you have two numbers, and one of them changes when the other doesn't, the ratio between the two numbers will change.

Q: Do Cutting a larger cube into smaller cubes changes the surface-area-to-volume ratio?

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When length gets longer the area will be larger. As the length gets shorter the area will be smaller.

You convert to a larger unit. Smaller to larger. Metre is 1000 times larger than a millimetre

Larger.

A probability can be no larger than 1 and no smaller than 0.

it make it smaller and a little lager not a lot

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Larger.

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Negative Numbers.

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I'm not sure you phrased that correctly. You might be thinking of a negative number, which is said to be smaller when it's larger and larger when it's smaller.

When length gets longer the area will be larger. As the length gets shorter the area will be smaller.

0.21 is larger than 0.2

it is larger.

You convert to a larger unit. Smaller to larger. Metre is 1000 times larger than a millimetre

It is neither larger nor smaller.

smaller