In order to find the volume of the cube you multiply length * width * height which is cube root of 6 cm * cube root of 6 cm * cube root of 6 cm = 6 cubic cm
A cuboid is another name for a cube. The three dimensions of a cube are identical and its volume is the product of its length, height, and width. Each of the dimensions of a 30 cubic cm cube is the cube root of 30 cubic centimeters, which is 3.10723251 cm to eight decimal places.
If you mean a cuboid then its volume is: 8*10*12.5 = 1000 cubic cm
Because a cube is composed of square sides, the edges of each square will be the same length. Therefore if the perimeter of the base is 20 cm, one side would be 5 cm. 4 sides on a square, therefore 20cm/4 = 5 cm. The formula to find the volume of a cube is length x width x height. Like I stated previously, every edge on a cube has the same length. Because of this the length of the cube is equal to the width of the cube and the width of the cube is equal to the height of the cube. Therefore volume of the cube would equal 5cm x 5cm x 5cm, which equals 125 cm. Therefore the volume of a cube that has a perimeter of 20cm for the square base is 125cm cubed.
volume of box=20x1x14 cm cube=280cm cube formula used for volume=length x breadth x height
Volume = length*width*height, which for the 25cm cube are all 25 cm. Vol = 25cm * 25cm * 25cm = 15625 cubic cm = 15.625 cubic decimetres = 15.625 litres.
Volume is length times width times height (LxWxH) so 5x5x5= 125 cm3
The volume of a rectangular prism is found by multiplying the length, width and height. In the case of a cube they are all the same. So you multiply 2x2x2. Which is 8. So the volume is 8cm^3.
Every side will be equal on a cube. The volume of a cube is width x length x height4x4x4 = 43 = 64 cm3
Note that a cube is a a shape that all 3 sides are equal otherwise you just multiply all 3 numbers together 3x7x2 = 42cm3
The volume is 8 cubic cm.
A 7-cm cube has a volume of 343 cm3
If by posing the question "what is the space taken up by a cube" you are asking what is the volume of a cube, that is a simple arithmetic problem. The volume of a cube is the width times the length time the height or: V = W x L x H If the cube is 10 cm on each edge the volume is : V = 10 cm x 10 cm x 10 cm V = 1000 cm3 The cm3 is pronounced "centimeters cubed".
A cube with a side length of 8 cm has a volume of 512 cubic cm.
A cube with a side length of 11 cm has a volume of 1331 cubic cm.
A cube with a side length of 4 cm has a volume of 64 cubic cm.
The volume of a cube is length x width x height. Since all the sides are the same length in a cube, it's also just length x length x length or just simply (length)^3. So the volume of a cube with a side having length 11.4 cm is just 11.4^3 or 1481.544 cm^3.
In a cube the length width and height are all the same so the volume of a cube is s3 where s is the length of a side. In this case, that is (4 cm)3 = 64 cm3
The volume of a 12 cm cube is 1,728 cm3
The volume of this cube is 32.768 cm3
Volume of cube: 2*2*2 = 8 cubic cm
To find volume of a cube or box multiply length by width by height. Therefore 5x4x6 is 120cm^3