no itzz not crrect....try again with a new approach.....and listen don't thing too hard and no need to be so mathematical.just apply some common sense.

The question has no sense!what kind of mathematics or engineering allied subject are you using?This is not hydraulics,mechanics,theory of structure,surveying and etc.Maybe your trying to prove something.Good for you.

listen bro everything in discussions is not mandatory to be related to academics.Some interesting questions mayb posed just for fun......By the way i know this question's joke but still its not nonsense....okay!!!

A equation are related to a logical approach and prove.You are using your imagination beyond logical approach that not acceptable in the field of mathematics and engineering.

Somesh,you are not understand what i said about.You are using Philosophy not logical and scientific approach.Your equation are not acceptable in the field of mathematics and engineering.

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TopNewestTim, he just means that 1 cube consists out of 6 squares ...

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yes crrect

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\[ 1^3 - 6^2 = 1 - 36 = -35 \not = 0. \]

So, no.

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no itzz not crrect....try again with a new approach.....and listen don't thing too hard and no need to be so mathematical.just apply some common sense.

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No, it's not possible to prove, because it's not true. I can get zero with those numbers in that order, if you wish:

\[ 1 \times 3 - 6 \div 2 = 0 \]

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It is actually 1 cube equivalent to 6 squares present in a cube!!!

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ya u r crrect

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The question has no sense!what kind of mathematics or engineering allied subject are you using?This is not hydraulics,mechanics,theory of structure,surveying and etc.Maybe your trying to prove something.Good for you.

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listen bro everything in discussions is not mandatory to be related to academics.Some interesting questions mayb posed just for fun......By the way i know this question's joke but still its not nonsense....okay!!!

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A equation are related to a logical approach and prove.You are using your imagination beyond logical approach that not acceptable in the field of mathematics and engineering.

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edsel you forgot logic rulezz mathematics and engineering

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Somesh,you are not understand what i said about.You are using Philosophy not logical and scientific approach.Your equation are not acceptable in the field of mathematics and engineering.

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How much is 4567644567544355.4741575×463653 3635464644.89085÷345

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just take a look of it......itzzz quite a simple question

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