You would have to specify the shape for which we are finding these quantities. But let us say that it is a cube, which is the easiest. The length of an edge of the cube, multiplied by itself gives the area of a face, and multiplied by itself again gives the volume. So the cube root of the volume is the edge length, and then the square of the edge length is the surface area of one face of the cube, which multiplied by 6 gives the area of the entire cube.
No, The volume of the cube would be the length multiplied by the length multiplied by the the length. Volume=Length X Length X Length (of a cube) V=L^3 The proof of this involves some work, but I'm assuming you don't want the proof behind this. http://www.math.com/tables/geometry/volumes.htm
First cube's edge is 4 units, volume is 64 cunits. Second cube's edge is 12 units, volume is 1728 cunits, an increase of 27 times the original. This is to be expected as 3 cubed is 27.
it should be right on the speakers..labeled "volume". In order to find the volume of a cube, it will be the length of one side of the cube multiplied by 3.
A box is typically a cube shape. The volume of a cube is equal to length multiplied by width multiplied by height. V = L * W * H
Sample A: cube of side 2, volume 2 x 2 x 2 = 8 Sample B: cube of side 10, volume 10 x 10 x 10 = 1000 Volume has increased by a factor of 125 ie 53 which is what we would expect.
The volume of a cube is determined by cubing the length of one edge, so the cube root of the volume will give you the length of an edge. (In a cube, all of the edges are the same length)
The volume of Cube B is 216 cm3
The vo;ume of a cube is s-cubed, that is, the length of one side (or edge) multiplied by itself 3 times. In this case it is 3 x 3 x 3 = 27.
The volume of a cube is the side cubed, so a cube with a side length of 4 has a volume of 43 = 64.
A cube has all sides equal length and its volume is length cubed. For c volume of 512, each side has length cube root of 512, or 8 cm
Answer in short: cube root of volume. Side length of a cube is the cube root of the volume of the cube or the square root of the area of one of its sides. Examples: A cube of volume 64 has a side length of 4, and a side area of 16. A cube is a symmetrical three dimensional object.
Cube root the volume as for example if its volume was 27 then the cube root of 27 is 3 which is its side length
The volume of a cube with a 7cm side length is 343cm3
The volume of a cube with edges of length 4.5 units is: 91.1 units3
Cube root its volume
The volume of a cube depends on the length of its side.
The volume of a cube is (length of side)3.
The volume of a cube is length x width x height, which is the same as the side cubed. So the volume of a cube with a side length of 7 is 73, which is 343.
The volume of the cube is 216 cm3
The length of the perfect cube is 2 when the volume is 8 cubic feet.
The volume of a cube with side length of 21 inches is 9261 cubic inches
The length of the side of a cube (in cm) having a volume of 44.4 L is what?
A cube with a side length of 2 cm has a volume of 8 cubic cm.