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Q: How many cubes would it take to build the 149th arrangement?

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67 i think maybe please answer it for me

A good arrengenent would be ,Three rows of three. Or 3*3=9 cubic units.

You would be adding volumes together; whatever configuration you put them would be irrelevant then. Assuming these are all 1" cubes, you would have first a long row of 8 (1"x1"x8" total) or a cube made of cubes (2"x2"x2" total) and they both come to 8 cubic inches.

Eight half inch cubes would fill a one inch cube.

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67 i think maybe please answer it for me

24 cubes would be it.

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Eight 4 inch cubes are needed to build and 8 inch cube.

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.

2*2*2 = 8 cubes.

It would be very slow going and the walls would be very thick.

A good arrengenent would be ,Three rows of three. Or 3*3=9 cubic units.

Zero would be enough.

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8 x 5 - 4 = 36 cubes There is a possibility you mean 8^3 x 5^3 - 4^3 which would be 512 x 125 - 64 = 63936 but that would be "cubed" rather than "cubes."