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Q: How do you calculate the cross sectional area of a cube?

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s2 square units, where the sides of the cube are s units long.

If you mean what is the right cross sectional area of a cube with a volume of 250 cubic centimeters the answer is 40 cc (really 39.685)

A perimeter is normally defined for 2-dimensional shapes and not three dimensional ones. A cube has 12 edges. So, if the perimeter is 48 cm, each edge must be 48/12 = 4 cm. The cross section of a cube depends on the angle of the plane intersecting the cube and, if it is not perpendicular to the cube, can be triangular, parallelogram or hexagonal. Assuming the plane is at right angles to the cube, the cross section is a square with sides of 4 cm. So its area is 16 cm2

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Total surface area of a cube: 6 times a side squared

That would depend on the shape, be it cube, sphere, etc. In general, the volume of any regular solid is its cross-sectional area multiplied by its length.

Multiply the area of one of its faces by 6

Total Surface Area = 6L2. Where L = the length of one side of the cube.

height x length x deaph

If a cube has sides of length x cm then area = 6x2 cm2 and volume = x3 cm3

{Area s the area of cube} {Length is the length of one side of the cube} program AreaofCube; var Area,Length:real; begin write('Enter the length of cube: '); readln(Length); Area:=6*(Length*Length); writeln('The area of cube is ', Area, ' cm^2.'); end.

lateral area of a cube is consisting of 4 times the area of each face, so first calculate the area of a face (side2) then multiply by 4

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