If a cube has dimensions of 1M x 1M x 1M what is it's volume?
The volume of 1 meter times 1 meter times 1 meter = 1 cubic meter.
A cube has 12 edges. An easy way to figure out how many edges is to multiply the number of edges of the original shape, a square(4)and multiply it by how many dimensions it has(3). To figure how many dimensions remember that to figure volume of a cube you multiply length X width X height, 3 dimensions.
You mean "how many cubic centimeters make 1 meter cube" because cm3 and m3 refer to volume, whereas cm refers to distance. Now that that's out of the way. There are 100 cm in 1 m. 1 meter cube is a box with sides 1m x 1m x 1m (so has a volume of 1 m3). Therefore, in centimeters, it is 100 cm x 100 cm x 100 cm = 1 000 000 cm3 (or…
The units of volume are independent of the material. A unit volume of brass is the same as a unit volume of concrete or cake-mix The units of voulme are the (linear units of length) cubed, e.g. 1 cubic metre = 1m3 = the volume of a block 1m X 1m x 1m - or indeed 0.5m X 1m x 2m. or feet or inches or miles.
The volume of a square cuboid is length x height x width. A cube is a special type of cuboid in which all six faces are square. The three dimensions then become equal in length. So the volume of a cube is L3 where L is the length of any edge. The volume of a cube with an edge length of 4" is 43 = 64 in3 (or 64 cubic inches)
You can not simply change from a measurement of volume to that of mass, for example if you had a 1m x 1m x 1m cube and filled it with lead, it would have a greater mass than if it were filled with air or wood. As such, in order to find the mass of an object of a given volume you are required to know what material the object is composed of, and hence…