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Find the length width and height of the ice cube

The volume of a cube is given by side3, so given the volume take its cube root; thus: volume = 1280 = side3 ⇒ side = 3√1280 units.

length x width x height.

If you know it's volume (size) then the answer is to weigh it

a sugar cube has air spaces in it. when put in water, the spaces will fill. the volume of water displaced will therefore be less than the original volume of the cube, so no

Not necessarily. a cube of 1x1x1 of solid gold weights over 19 times than a 1x1x1 cube of water. It takes 2 of the factors, volume, weight, and density to determine the third.

volume is length X width X height. so, divide the volume by the base.

volume is to a cube volume is to a cube

Cannot be answered without knowing the size of the cube!If the cube were 1 cm on a side the density would be 60.If the cube were 10 cm on a side the density would be 0.06...We cannot determine the answer because we are not given the volume.Density= mass/volumeVolume of a cube=L3 ; where L = side length

no. because the sugar cube will dissolve in the water while you are testing!

The formula for the volume (V) of a cube is V = L3, where L is the length of a side. If V = 1253 = L3 : then L = 125 cm The answer is obtained by substitution. It is unnecessary to cube 125 and then determine the cube root.

It is 16*(Volume of the Cube).

It is 4.5*(Volume of Cube).

volume of the cube - volume of the sphere = volume enclosed between the cube and sphere

The best way to determine the volume of an ice cube is to calculate its mass. The formula to calculate the mass of an ice cube is cm3 x 0.9 gm/cm3.

let edge of the cube be {x} radius of the sphere inside the cube= x/2 volume of the cube=x^3 volume the sphere=4pi/3*r^3 =4/3*22/7*r^3/8 ratio of the volume=x^3/11x^3/21 =21/11 ans.= 21:11

The volume of Cube B is 216 cm3

The volume of a cube of 5cm is: 125 cm3

Volume of a cube is side x side x side. For example a cube with side as 2 cm will have 8 centimeter cube volume.

The volume of a cube is determined by cubing the length of one edge, so the cube root of the volume will give you the length of an edge. (In a cube, all of the edges are the same length)

The formula for the volume (V) of a cube is V = L3, where L is the length of a side. If V = 1253 = L3 : then L = 125 cm The answer is obtained by substitution. It is unnecessary to cube 125 and then determine the cube root.

The volume of a cube depends on the length of its side.

The volume of a cube is (length of side)3.

The cube has a volume of 8 cm3

The volume of this cube is 32.768 cm3