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For a cube with sides of x lnear units, volume = x3 cubic units.

surface area = 6x2 square units.

For a cube with sides of x lnear units, volume = x3 cubic units.

surface area = 6x2 square units.

For a cube with sides of x lnear units, volume = x3 cubic units.

surface area = 6x2 square units.

For a cube with sides of x lnear units, volume = x3 cubic units.

surface area = 6x2 square units.

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0There is no single formula for a cube. There are different formulae for its surface area, its volume, and so on.

The volume of a cube that has a surface area of 343 is 432.2

There's no such thing as the "formula for a cube". There are formulae for the surface area, the volume, and the length of the cube's sides, in terms of each other. There are also formulae for the number of edges, the number of vertices, and the number of faces of a cube, in terms of its definition. That's at least six different formulae that come along with a cube. Which quantity are you looking for ?

The volume of a cube = a3 The surface area = 6a2 (a=one side of the square in a cube)

The total surface area is 150mm2 and the volume of the cube 125mm3

To tackle this you first need to know the equations for both volume and surface area. The surface area of a cube is 6x2 where x is the side length. The volume of the cube is x3. Thus x is the cube root of the volume. We can substitute this in to the surface area equation and say that the surface area of a cube is 6volume2/3 This can also be rearranged to say that the volume of the cube is (the surface area/6)1.5

For a cube with sides of length x, surface area = 6x2 and volume = x3.

The volume of this cube is: 1.728m3

Surface Area of Cube is 6 x a^2 where a is the length of one side of cube. Volume of Cube is a^3 where a is the length of one side of cube.

No, it is not. It is half of it.

The smaller the cell the larger the ratio of surface area to volume. A 1 inch cube has a 6:1 surface area to volume ratio. A 2 inch cube has a 3:2 surface area to volume ratio. A 3 inch cube has a 6:9 surface area to volume ratio.

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

Write a c program to compute the surface area and volume of a cube

The volume is 64 cubic cm

The surface area of the cube is 150 square meters.

The volume of a cube having a surface area of 150 units2 is about 125 units3

Surface area is 294cm2 Volume is 343cm3

Surface area is 96cm2 Volume is 64cm3

A cube with area 294cm2 has a volume of 343cm3 A cube with edge length 17.1cm has a volume of about 5000.21cm3

The surface area of a cube whose volume is 64 cubic units is: 96 square units.

The surface area of a cube that has a volume of 27 cubic inches is: 54 square inches.

The surface area of a cube that has a volume of 4,096 cubic inches is 1,536 square inches.

The surface area of the cube will be about 216cm2

Take the cube root of the volume to get the length of an edge. Square this number to get the area of a side, Multiply this by 6 to get the total surface area of the cube.

not a cube a cube has all equal sides

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