perfect cube

perfect cube

[′pər·fikt ′kyüb]
(mathematics)
A number or polynomial which is the exact cube of another number or polynomial.
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"Even if the huge volcano were a perfect cube and the resulting shadow were a long rectangular box, that box would appear to taper off at its top as its shadow extended far into the distance, just as parallel train tracks do."
"The cube is unique in that it's not a perfect cube, but has one corner cut off of it."
"I discovered the idea of making a fragmented sculpture through the limitations of drawing a perfect cube, which eventually became part of the Hermes installation's overall concept.
It had to be a perfect cube, which created various manufacturing complications.
This was his breakout piece: a near mathematical conundrum, to fit 23 drawers in a perfect cube, and a star of the design blogs in 2008.
A perfect cube measuring 16 inches all the way around, the target is made from Rinehart's Solid FX foam for superior durability when shooting any broadhead or fieldpoint.
On the first day of his weeklong apprenticeship audition with famed luthier Ervin Somogyi, Springfield resident Raymond Kraut's task was to make a perfect cube out of some scrap mahogany using only minimal tools.
Patrick said the inspiration for Shark Wheel came when he took six different shapes to form a perfect cube. When he accidentally dropped the shape, it started rolling and kept rolling across multiple surfaces.
First up was a duo of salmon, one perfect cube lightly cooked confit-style (that's gently simmered in fat, a great way to keep things juicy), the other house-smoked.
The basic structure is a perfect cube, 2.4m square, made from 15mm thick anodized aluminium panels finger jointed and glued together.
PSAC II is contained in a perfect cube that spans over 450,000 square feet.
Even if the huge volcano was a perfect cube and the resulting shadow was a long rectangular box, that box would appear to taper off at its top as its shadow extended far into the distance, just as parallel train tracks do.