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Q:
# If you had a rubik's cube with 10 little squares on each side, and peeled off the outer layer, how many little cubes would you end up with?

Accepted Solution

A:

There is 6 sides in a cube, multiplying we get the number of squares:

6*10 = 60 little squares.

Peeling off one layer means subtracting 10 squares from the above numbers like this:

60 - 10 = 50.

Answer: we end up with 50 littles squares.

6*10 = 60 little squares.

Peeling off one layer means subtracting 10 squares from the above numbers like this:

60 - 10 = 50.

Answer: we end up with 50 littles squares.