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Volume does not, surface area does.

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The surface area and volume of a cube with an edge of 2 centimeters are:Surface area = 24 square cmVolume = 8 cubic cm



6:1, or written out, Six to one, in terms of Absolute Numbers, but remember that the Surface Area is in square cm, and the Volume is in cubic cm.


The cube has six sides and the total surface area is 600 square cm. Hence each surface is 100 square cm and hence the side is 10 cm. Hence the volume of a cube with side 10 cm = 10 x 10 x 10 cubic cm = 1000 cubic cm


A sphere with this volume has a diameter of 9.1416 cm, a surface area of 262.54 square cm and a circumference of 28.719 cm.


Its entire surface area is 6*9 = 54 square cm




Volume: 4/3*pi*radius3 = 140 By making the radius the subject of the above gives it a value of 3.221166265 cm Surface area: 4*pi*3.2211662652 = 130.387557 square cm


The question is seriously flawed and so cannot be answered. Volume cannot be measured in cm, nor can surface area be measured in cm. Furthermore, a radius of 90 cm, volume of 200 cubic cm and surface area of 180square cm are inconsistent. No two of them can refer to the same sphere!That is, with the appropriate units,radius = 90 implies volume � 200, surface � 180volume = 200 implies radius � 90, surface � 180surface = 180 implies radius � 90, volume � 200.


The volume doesn't tell you the dimensions or the area of the sides.The smallest area it could have is 129.266 square cm, but it could beany number greater than that.


Its edges will be 3 cm and so its total surface area is 3*3*6 = 54 square cm



Surface area of a sphere (the golfball) = 4*pi*radius2 square cm


surface area of cube = 6a2 = 6 x42 = 84 cm. Volume of cube= a3= 4 x 4 x 4= 64 cm Ration of surface area : volume = 84:64 = 21:16


Volume = area x height volume is 100 cm cubed height = volume/area = 100/50 = 2 cm



Assuming you mean a rectangular prism, you get the smallest surface area if the prism is a cube. You can calculate the required length of side to get that volume; then, based on that, the corresponding surface area.


It is: 4374/6 = 729 and its square root is 27 Volume: 27*27*27 = 19683 cubic cm


Surface area = 4*pi*142 = 784pi square cm




First, note that a surface has area, but a solid figure has volume. There is no such thing as "volume area". Now, to find the volume is easy, assuming all surface angles are right angles. Just multiply .5 * .5 * 6 = 1.5 cubic centimeters. Surface area is a little harder. The surface will consist of two .5 by .5 squares and four .5 by 6 rectangles. (The best way to see this is to draw a picture.) So we have 2 times .25 square centimeters plus 4 times .5 times 6 square centimeters, which equals .5 + 12 = 12.5 square centimeters surface area.


A cube with 1 cm sides has a surface area of 6 cm2 and a volume of 1 cm3.


Volume = pi*4.5707814972*2.285390749 = 150 cubic cm Total surface area = (2*pi*4.5707814972)+(2*pi*4.570781497*2.285390749) Area = 196.9028711 or rounded to 196.903 square cm



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