# What is the length width and height of a cube?

Whatever it is, all three numbers are the same.

### How do you find the width of a square if you know the length and the height?

A square is two-demensional. Therefore, it has only width and length. However, a cube is three-demensional - length, width and height. If you have a cube and you know it length and height, you can calculate its width as follows. The volume of a cube is equal to the width x length x the height. Therefore, width equals volume divided by length x height. If a cube has a volume of 1000 and the length…

### How does the area of the base of a cube relate to the volume of the cube?

The volume of any rectangular prism (including a cube) is width x height x length. The area of the bottom is width x length. So the area of the base is the volume divided by the height. With specifically a cube it gets even easier, because the lenght, width and height are all the same. So if the length (or the width or the height) = x , then the area of the base is…

### Why does length width and height equal volume?

A square has width and height. Width is the horizontal line, height is the vertical line. This is a two-dimensional object and has an area. A cube is a square with one more dimension, length, which makes it a three dimensional object. As a three-dimensional object, it no longer has an area, but now has volume. To find the area of a cube (a three-dimensional object), one must multiply three dimensions (length, width, and height)…