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Q: If a box measures 5Cm high 5Cm wide 10Cm long what is its volume?

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V = 10cm * 6cm * 5cm = 300cm3

2*15*10 = 300 cubic cm

2 x 20 x 10 =400 cubic centimetres.

To find the volume, you multiply height X Width X Length. In this case, 5 X 10 X 10. The answer is 500 cubic centimeters.

300cc

Volume = 20*7*10 = 1400 cubic cm

600 cubic cm

The volume is 1,000 cubic cm

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1litre

volume=10 multiplied by 7 and 5=350 cubic cm

30 cm3

It is: 2*20*10 = 400 cubic cm

length x width x height. So if you had an object that was 10cm long, 10cm wide and 10 heigh the volume would be 1000 cm3

A cube with a side length of 10 cm has a volume of 1000 cubic cm

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2304 Inches cubed

840 cm3

520 centimeters.

6cm x 7cm x 20cm = 840cm3

The answer will depend on the country whose pennies you have in mind. Since you have not shared that crucial bit of information, I cannot provide a more useful answer.

A cube with sides 10cm long would have a volume of 1,000 cm3 = 1 Liter.The amount of liquid in it would depend on how much of that volume is hollow,and on how much liquid you had poured into the hollow volume. The cubecould be solid, hollow and empty, hollow and full etc., or anything in between

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side3 The volume is the length of the side cubed. So a cube with sides 10cm long would have a volume of 10 x 10 x 10 cubic centimetres