What are the dimensions of a cube if the weight is 20grams?
That depends on the density of the material in the cube. It would be different if, say, the cube were made of ice, iron, or gold.
In SQL Server Analysis Services, a cube is a structure for representing data across multiple dimensions. For example, an Sales cube might have Product, Price and Customer dimensions, and each Sale would be measured against each of these dimensions. In SQL Server's T-SQL language, "cube" is an option that can be applied to the GROUP BY clause.
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.
It depends on what information you have. If the liquid is stored in a container of which the dimensions are known, then you must calculate the volume of the container. You can simply search google for the formulae for the volume of a cube, cylinder, sphere etc. If the dimensions are not known, but the weight and density of the fluid is, then the volume can be calculated as: volume = weight (divided by) density
This question cannot be answered due to the missing variable of the matter being weighed. To find the cubic weight of a specific matter, fill a cube with interior wall dimensions of 1" X 1" X 1" with the matter, take the total weight Wt minus the weight of the empty cube Wc, refer to as Wx. (Wt-Wc=Wx) Now take the total volume of the void in the cube interior Vc and use the ratio…