Like 6 cubes are arranged adjacently and given the perimeter and asked to find the perimeter of one cube.

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Chris

  • Jun 19th, 2007
 

If perimeter does not refer to surface area, then given a perimeter P for all cubes the perimeter of a single cube would be :

(4*P)/14

since the perimeter of 6 cubes would be equal to 14 cube side lengths.  A single cube has a perimeter of 4 cube side lengths.

so length of a cube side would be given by P/14 and perimeter of a single cube would be 4 times this

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swarna

  • Jul 24th, 2007
 

The ans is p/(5*2 +4*4)=size of one face
where 4 middle cubes 4 faces and 2 side cubes 5 faces involved in perimeter calculation..
Now perimeter of a cube =6*size of a face.

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