What is the surface area of a cube with an edge of 5 feet?
Volume is the (length x width x height) of a cube. As so, you take the volume, 27 cubic feet, and solve for the cube root, which is equal to 3 feet "length". Now you square the result, 3 feet, which gives you a square of 9 feet. since a cube has six sides, you multiply the square by six, which equals to 54 square feet.
There is a cube with side length 8 feet How many 2 feet by 2 feet tiles can you fit on the sides of the cube if you want the surface be completely covered in tiles?
Square feet is the measure of an area, while cubic feet is the measure of a volume. They are not the same thing, so it is impossible to answer your question. Even if you converted the question to something more answerable, such as what is the surface area in square feet of a solid which has a volume of 1 cubic foot, the answer is not fixed. This is because different shapes have different surface…
The volume of a cube is v cubic yards and its surface area is a square feet if v equals a what is the length in inches of each a's?
It depends on what shape of object you're working with. For clarity's sake, let's go with a standard cube. Assume that the cube has dimensions of 1x1x1 (all in feet). Its volume is given by the equation: V = lwh and its surface area is given by the equation: SA = 2(lw)+2(lh)+2(hw). (length*width would give you the area of one side, and multuplying that by two will give you the side directly across from it…