# Cube that has a base with an area of 100 centimeters. What is the volume of the cube?

If the base of a cube is 100cm then the base must measure 10cm by 10cm. so, as it is a cube its height must also be 10cm. Therefore the volume of the cube is 10cm x10cm x10cm which equals 1000 cubic cm.

### How does the area of the base of a cube relate to the volume of the cube?

The volume of any rectangular prism (including a cube) is width x height x length. The area of the bottom is width x length. So the area of the base is the volume divided by the height. With specifically a cube it gets even easier, because the lenght, width and height are all the same. So if the length (or the width or the height) = x , then the area of the base is…

### How do you calculate the area of the base of a cube?

The base of a cube is a square, so the area of the base of the cube is the area of that square. The area of a square is s2, where s is the length of on side. Side all edges of a cube have the same length, it doesn't matter which edge you use. Example: Find the area of the base of a cube with edges of length 7: A = 72 = 49…

### How do you calculate area of one side of a cube?

It is the same as a regular square, you take the base of the side, and multiply it by the height. If you want the volume of the cube the equation is base time width times height. Alternate Answer: One side of a cube is simply a square. Thus you can work out the area if you have the side length of a square by using the basic area of a square formula: area =…

### How do you work out the mass of a cylinder?

Area of cylinder base = pi x Radius squared (πr2) Radius is in centimeters (cm) Area is in centimeters squared (cm2) ---- Volume = Area x Height Area is in centimeters squared (cm2) Height is in centimeters (cm) Volume is in centimeters cubed (cm3) ---- Mass = Volume x Density Density is in grams centimeter cubed (g/cm3) Volume is in centimeters cubed (cm3) Mass is in grams (g)

### What is the volume of a triangular prism with a base triangle that measures 4 centimeters along the base edge and has a height of 3 centimeters and the height of the triangular prism is 12 centimet?

Assuming that the prism is a right prism (with height perpendicular to the base plane), its volume is the product of the area of the base and the height. The area of the triangular base is one-half the product of the base and the height (altitude) of the triangle. Therefore, the volume in this instance is 4 X 3 X 12/2 = 72 cubic centimeters.

### How do find area of a column when you have volume and height?

A cube is a three dimensional shape, so a cube does not have an area, so your question is invalid. If you mean the area of one face on the cube, then you are referring towhat is called a square. The area of a square is the base length times the height. Seeing as it is a cube, the base is the same length as the the height, so you just times the height by…

### What is the volume of a cube with a base area of 49 ft 2?

Volume=W x H x L Since a cubehas all equal sides, all three dimensions are the same, 49.2 So, volume = 49.2 x 49.2 x 49.2 Oahu, Hawaii: The base of a cube is a square. If its area is 49 ft^2, then its side is 7 ft. The volume of the cube is (7 ft)^3, or 343 ft^3. [ft^2 is square feet; ft^3 is cubic feet.]

### How many 1cc cubes can fit into a box that is cubic meter in volume?

10,000 1cc cubes can fit into a box that is 1 cubic meter in volume. The answer above is completely wrong. Whoever wrote it didn't take the fact that a cubic meter is 3 dimensional into consideration. Here's how you would get the real answer: Find the dimensions of the cubic meter box. 1 meter = 100 centimeters That means that each side of the cube is 100 cm long Let's draw the cube: 100cm…

### If the volume of a rectangle is 420.75 centimeters cubed and the base is 49.5 centimeters cubed then what is the height?

A rectangle is a plane figure and so cannot have a volume. It can have an area, but the area would be square centimetres not cm cubed. Furthermore, the base should have a length, which should be expressed in centimetres, and not centimetres cubed. Alternatively, the question concernes a rectangular cuboid, whose volume IS 420.75 cm cubed. Its base has an area of 49.5 square centimetres. Given all this uncertainty in the question, it cannot…

### How do you used measure volume?

This is a very broad question. Volume of a cube, a rectangular prism, a cylinder, a regular prism, a sphere, an irregular solid? Then we have the volume of gases and liquids. As a general rule if the solid is a regular prism then the volume is the area of the base x the height. Volume of a cube = L x B X H The L x B is the area of its base…

### What is an example of calculating volume?

Calculating volume is done by multiplying the base area by the height. First you have to make sure all your units are the same, like all Centimeters or all Inches. As an example, suppose I am calculating the volume of a rectangular solid whose edges are 3, 4, and 8 centimeters. First I would multiply 3 by 4, and get 12 square centimeters. Then I would multiply 12 by 8, and get 96 cubic centimeters…

### How do you find the cubic centimeters of a cone?

A cone has 1/3 the volume of its cylinder. To find the volume multiply the area of the circular base (pi times radius squared) and multiply it by the height of the cone. That is the volume of the cylinder with the same dimensions. Divide this number by 3 to find the area of the cone. Use unit ratios to make sure your answer is in cubic centimeters.

### If the volume of a cube is 8 Why is the shortest distance from the center of the cube to the base of the cube 1?

The volume of a cube is the length of one of its sides (since all sides have equal length, for a cube) cubed. To find the side length from the volume, find the cubic root - in this case, it is easy as the cubic root of 8 is exactly 2. Now, because the centre of the cube is halfway between one side and its opposite, and one side being its base, the distance from…