Q: How do you find the volume of cubes in cubic units?

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In a cube, all edges have the same length. To find the cubic dimension (volume), cube the length of one edge: 4x4x4 = 64 cubic units

Volume in cubic units = cross-section area*length

Volume of a cylinder in cubic units = piradius2height

A cube with a side length of 12 units has a volume of 1,728 cubic units.

Volume = 1/3*base area*height and measured in cubic units

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That depends on the volume of what but volume is measured in cubic units.

In a cube, all edges have the same length. To find the cubic dimension (volume), cube the length of one edge: 4x4x4 = 64 cubic units

Volume = pi*radius2*height measured in cubic units

Volume of a cylinder = pi*radius2*height in cubic units

You could use cubic yards or cubic meters.

113.1 cubic units.

Volume in cubic units = cross-section area*length

Volume of a cylinder in cubic units = piradius2height

A cube with a side length of 12 units has a volume of 1,728 cubic units.

Volume = mass / specific gravity. Units are cubic centimeters and grams or cubic meters and tonnes. s.g. has no units : it is a dimensionless quantity.

Volume = 50*20*25 = 25000 cubic units