One of the most fascinating figures in the 3 dimensional world is the cube. This video goes into details about the rotational symmetry of a cube. The video examines this property of cubes by rotating the figure on different axis and inspecting how this property of cubes change or react. This video is for anyone interested in 3 dimensional figures. After watching this, viewers should have a basic overview and understanding of this unique rotational symmetry property of a cube.
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