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- NOUN:
- a cubic equation
- a cubic equation, or a curve described by one.
- A curve of the third degree.
- cubic equation ADJECTIVE:
- in the form of a cube
- having the shape of a cube
- denoting a crystal system or three-dimensional geometrical arrangement having three equal axes at right angles
- denoting a unit of measurement equal to the volume of a cube whose side is one of the linear units specified
- involving the cube (and no higher power) of a quantity or variable
- having three dimensions
- Alt. of Cubical OTHER DEFINITIONS:
- a mathematical equation or expression

- Each boy, I understand, has quite a considerable number of cubic feet of air all to himself.
- The actual quantity of earth which has been removed to make the glen may be several million cubic yards.
- Twenty cubic inches, introduced into a cannon whose sides are three inches thick, cannot be compressed into nineteen inches without bursting it.
- The balloon is of silk and has a capacity of 1 cubic metre.
- The wagons most in use for these works are those with double equilibrium tipping boxes, holding 18 cubic feet.
- The inventor estimates that the cost of the coal necessary for his process will not exceed a tenth of a cent per cubic foot of gas.
- It is generally admitted that an average adult breathes out from 20 to 30 cubic inches of steam and vitiated air per minute, or, as Dr.
- In my own works we have about 300,000 cubic feet of space, all of which requires to be heated, more or less, during the greater part of the year.
- But stock brickwork in mortar weighs just about one hundred weight per cubic foot, or 20 cubic feet to the ton.
- The Indus is said then to discharge into the Indian ocean 446,000 cubic feet per second, or 4280 millions of cubic yards in the twenty-four hours.
- From these vast quantities we know that the parent rock denuded during geological time amounted to some 300 million cubic kilometres or about seventy million cubic miles.
- Take the smallest portion of this that you will, in a cubic inch the same proportions are found as in a temple.
- It has been estimated that the particles of a cubic foot of clay loam have a possible aggregate film surface of three-fourths of an acre.
- Seven feet by eight were its dimensions, and the ceiling was so low as not to give the cubic air space required by a British soldier in barracks.
- The law demands 400 cubic feet of space for each person.
- The reservoir would have a water area of 2,064 acres, and the approximate storage capacity of 2,325,000,000 cubic feet.
- In the construction of the works 318,000,000 of bricks, and 880,000 cubic yards of concrete have been used, and 3,500,000 cubic yards of earth excavated.
- The larger part, occupying nearly two-thirds of the entire cubic space, was the drawing-room, a noble chamber, large and lofty.
- The Great Pyramid which is said by Herodotus to have been twenty years in building, and which took 100,000 men to build, contains 3,394,307 cubic yards of stone.
- At one end is a mighty revolving drill operated by an engine which Perry said generated more power to the cubic inch than any other engine did to the cubic foot.
- Inspectors have absolute power to demand such cubic space, ventilation, and sanitary arrangements generally as they may consider needful to preserve life and health.
- The fans remove together 600,000 cubic feet of air per minute, and by this combined operation the entire air in the tunnel is changed once in every seven minutes.
- A cubic foot of water weighs sixty-two and a third pounds.
- The tendency was, after his perfectly solid, recognizable duties had been given their places in the cubic content of his day, that Rose should fill up the rest.

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