How much time would it take to put cubes of 1 mm3 in a row, taken in such an amount as they are contained in 1 m 3. if it takes 1 s to lay the cube.
V1 = 1 cubic meter;
V2 = 1 cubic millimeter;
t = 1 second – the time required to lay one cube.
It is required to determine t1 (seconds) – the total time it will take to lay all the cubes.
Let’s find the number of cubes that are contained in one cubic meter:
n = V1 / V2 = 1 m3 / 1 mm3 = 1/10 ^ -9 = 10 ^ 9 cubes.
Then the total laying time will be equal to:
t1 = n * t = 10 ^ 9 * 1 = 10 ^ 9 seconds (approximately 31.7 years).
Answer: The total time it will take to lay all the cubes is 10 ^ 9 seconds (approximately 31.7 years).
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