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a cube of lead with edges measuring 6 cm is melted and form into 27 equal cubes what will be the length of the edges of the new cubes

See this when we determine the volume and divide into 27 equal parts, And then take the cube root of that. So six cubed, it's 2 16, Divided by 27 is eight. The Cube root of eight Equals two, so 2 centimeters are the new edges.

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