Q: How do you find the volume of a shape made of cubes?

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Try it out. The volume of a 2-inch cube is 8 cubic inches. The volume of a 4-inch cube is 64 cubic inches. The dimensions doubled, the volume increased 8 times because volume is a cubic measure. 2 cubed is 8.

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To find the surface area of any shape, you can follow the process described below: 1. Draw a net of the polyhedron. 2. Calculate the area of each face. 3. Add up the area of all the faces.

A rectangular prism that is 4 cubes by 2 cubes is made up of 8 cubes.

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no.of cubes made=volume of cuboid/volume of cube i.e, (21*27*8)/(3*3*3) = 4536/27 = 168 cubes

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the prism is made up of 1-inch cubes, then the answer is 36 in cubed

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They are made by other cubes .

Try it out. The volume of a 2-inch cube is 8 cubic inches. The volume of a 4-inch cube is 64 cubic inches. The dimensions doubled, the volume increased 8 times because volume is a cubic measure. 2 cubed is 8.

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I assume they have different densities, i.e., are made up of different materials. Same volume does NOT mean same mass. The relationship is: mass = volume x density