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Q: How you calculate the volume of a cube shaped object?

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The answer depends on what information you do have about the object.

The shape of an object is not enough to calculate its density. You also need its mass and then Density = Mass/Volume.

the volume of a cube is a*3

The density of an object is its mass divided by its volume. Without the volume, you cannot calculate its density.

A cube is hardly an irregularly shaped object. Measuring it is the defining term of area and volume. A cube is defined as having twelve sides, all lengths uniform, all angles right angles. If the length of any side is 'a' then area = 6*a*a volume = a*a*a

Calculate or measure the surface area of object = A Calculate or measure the volume of object = V The required ratio is A/V

The answer is 4.

To calculate the volume of he first layer of a cube structure, simply multiply the length by the width by the height. The product gives you the total volume in the cube structure.

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The volume of a cube equals its side length cubed. In this case it is 4cm3 which gives a volume of 64cm3

If the shape of the object is regular (a cube or a sphere) then the volume can be calculated from the measurement of the object's key dimension(s). And the object's mass can be determined in a mass balance. Give the mass and volume the density is calculated by dividing the mass by the volume. Where the object's shape is irregular, the volume may be determined by measuring the volume of a liquid displaced by submerging the object completely in that liquid.

Finding the volume of a regular object cube can be hard. This will be hard because there is no real formula for measuring irregular objects.

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