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For 400, the number of colored squares on a Rubik’s Cube.
That would be 6*5 = 30 = What is 30?
(assuming white isn’t colored, if white was colored it’d be 6^2=36)
My bad, its pretty late… I ahven’t been following jeopardy so I dunno if you can change answers, etc, but here goes…
9*5 = 45 = what is 45?
(assuming white is not colored, if so 9 * 6 = um. 54?. its pretty darn late. )
what is 54?
Interesting fact:

There are 43,252,003,274,489,856,000 different configurations possible for the Rubiks Cube, only one of which is “correct” (having all like colors on one side)

If you allow one second for each turn, it would take you 1400 million million years to go through ALL the possible configurations.

… The whole universe is only 14 thousand million years old.
That is all.
Yep… Katie’s bored.
Ruling: Daisy, you can’t change answers (it’s in that long list of rules somewhere). Also, you bring up a good point about white. So I’ll accept either 45 or 54. Which means Crash gets the points.