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which of the following expressions shows the equation to use in finding the dimensions of a cube n by n by n with a volume of 125? 1]n3=125 2]n2=125 3]3n=125 4]n=125-3 5] not enough information is given.

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Online "^" is used to indicate an exponent, e.g., x^2 = x squared.

n^3 = 125

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the answer was 3 that's correct thanks

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what is the posiblity of doing the riight thing but the possibitlt were working with is that if u pick a red when there is a blue and you said that

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