Q: Who discovered cube numbers?

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Acording to my calculation Tony Rosenthal created the cube

No

Yes.

There are five odd numbers on an odd number cube?

don't know if I understand your question, but: there are no numbers that are both cube numbers and prime numbers 8 is a factor of 16 that is a cube number (2^3) 2 is a factor of 16 that is a prime number

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Acording to my calculation Tony Rosenthal created the cube

Those are the cubes of the numbers 1-10. Just calculate the cube of 1, the cube of 2, the cube of 3, etc., up to the cube of 10.

No

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Yes.

There is an infinite number of cube numbers and there is not enough time in the life of the solar system to answer the question.

Sixth powers.

Any "cube" has 6 faces, so you could have 6 different numbers, as on dice.

There are five odd numbers on an odd number cube?

don't know if I understand your question, but: there are no numbers that are both cube numbers and prime numbers 8 is a factor of 16 that is a cube number (2^3) 2 is a factor of 16 that is a prime number

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