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How do i calculate the volume of a 10 dimensional cube?
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How do i calculate the volume of a 10 dimensional cube?
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given the formulas for the length of a 1d cube (a line segment), the area of a 2d cube (a square), and the volume of a 3d cube (a regular cube), what's your guess?
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Tip: let x be the side length than for
1d cube you have x^1
2d cube you have x^2
3d cube x^3
Can you solve it now?
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