5cm to the 3rd power = 5cm x 5cm x 5cm = 125cm3 (or 125 cubic centimeters)
you tube videos Alternatively: If the cubes edges are 5cm long, then you can find: a) its total surface area (of the 6 square faces) = 5cmx5cmx6 = 150 square centimetres b) its volume by multiplying length by breadth by height = 5cm x 5cm x 5cm =125cc (cubic centimetres c) the total length of all of its edges, of which there are 12 measuring 5cm each = 12 x 5cm = 60cm
11cm x 5cm = 55cm2.
Volume_cube = side x side x side = 5cm x 5cm x 5cm = 125 cm3
85 cm x 5cm x 5cm
30 sq cm ((12 x 5)/2)
12 as 13 x 13 = 169 5 x 5 = 25 169 - 25 = 144 = 12 x 12
This is impossible to answer as it depends on the density of the material. I.e. a 125 cm3 of lead is significantly heavier than a 125 cm3 cube of foam rubber.
4 x 5cm = 20cm
Multiply them. 25 square cm
Volume = 35cm x 20cm x 5cm = 3,500 cm3 = 3,500 ml
two surfaces 5cm x 5cm = 25 cm ea four surfaces 5cm x 6cm = 30 cm ea 25+25+30+30+30+30 = 180 cm
5cm x 2cm x 6cm = 60 cubic cm.
Area of a triangle = 1/2 (Base x Height) Example: Width 13cm, Height 5cm, Base 12cm then; Area=1/2(12cm x 5cm) Area=6cm x 5cm Area=30cm2
A rectangular prism is just a box or cuboid So the capacity is 5cm x 4cm x 10cm = 200cm3
The base area = 3 x 4 = 12 square cm. The volume = 1/3 height x base area = 1/3 x 5 x 12 = 20 cubic cm.
7.4 10-5cm into km can be expressed mathematically as 7.4 x 10^-10.
Assuming that it is acceptable to make three cuboid containers, a container of 200 cubic centimetres volume can be made with the following dimensions (representing base length x base width x height, using whole numbers only). Only three examples follow, though there are several more permutations:2cm x 5cm x 20cm = 200cm34cm x 5cm x 10cm = 200cm38cm x 5cm x 5cm = 200cm3
1m = 100cm 5cm x 1m/100cm = 0.05m