The volume of a rectangular prism (or cuboid) with dimensions 8 x 9 x 1 is the product of those three dimensions: 8 x 9 x 1 = 72. If the object is another shape that does not have right angles, the answer will be different. The unit of volume will be the cube of the unit dimension.
Cubic centimeter and centimeter cube equal the same thing. The cubic volume of any substance is 1 unit x 1 unit x 1 unit.
You need to multiply three lengths to get a volume - a volume has three dimensions. If you have a cube with 1 cm. on side (1 cm x 1 cm x 1 cm), the volume is 1 cubic centimeter.
The volume of 1 meter times 1 meter times 1 meter = 1 cubic meter.
To calculate volume, all the dimensions should be converted to the same unit, so that the volume will be in cubes of that unit. Since there are 12 inches in one foot, 4 inches = 1/3 foot. Multiplying the three dimensions together yields 700/3 cubic feet of concrete required, or as a decimal, 233.33....
Volume = length X width X height. Therefore, take the cube root of the volume to find all the dimensions
Well, first of all, that's no cube. All three dimensions of a cube are the same number. If they're not, then it's not a cube. -- The volume of that thing is (1 x 1 x 6) = 6 cubic units. -- Its surface area is [ 2 x (1 x 1) + 4 x (1 x 6) ] = (2 + 24) = 26 square units. -- The ratio of surface area to volume is 26 square units/6 cubic units = 41/3 per unit. -- For a cube, the ratio is always 6 per unit.
If you double dimensions in the x, y and z direction, then the volume will be multiplied by 8 (2x2x2)