The volume of a cube is the product of the length, width, and height.
In this problem, we want to find out the length, width and height of a cube with a volume of 27n^3.
We can do this by using the following steps:
Step 1: Write down what we know. We know that the volume of a cube is 27n^3.
Step 2: Find an equation that relates each variable to something else in our problem statement or in another part of the problem statement. In this case, we can write down an equation that relates each variable to something else in our problem statement or in another part of the problem statement by replacing “x” with “length,” “y” with “width” and “z” with “height.” These variables are called unknown variables because we don’t know their values yet; they are unknowns because we need them to solve for them by finding their values from other variables that are known (given).
Let’s substitute these into our original statement:
27n^3 = 3(x)(y)(z) 3x + 3y + 3z = 27
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