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Q: Imagine a 5cm by 5cm by 5cm box filled with 1cm cubeshow many cubes are there on the bottom layer?

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no - imagine 60 tiny 1cm x 1cm x 1cm cubes. Then imagine you have 60 of them. That many tiny cubes does not fill a whole backpack.

3x3x8=72 cubes 63 Cubes

That depends on the box.

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Assuming that the cubes are 1x1x1, there will be one thousand cubes in the larger cube.

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