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Q: What is the surface area of a cube that has an edge that is 6cm long?

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4 times 4 equals 16. 16 times 6 (the number of sides) is 96. Therefore, the surface area of a cube with 4 foot long edges is 96 feet squared.

To find the surface area of a cube, add the area of its 6 sides. The area of one side is x^2. The cube has 6 faces therefore the surface area equals 6x^2

The cube would have a total surface area of 24 Sq. Ft.

a cube with a volume of 2744 mm3 is 14 mm long, and so has a surface area of: 6*142 = 1176 mm2

The surface area is 6*52 = 150 sq metres.

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The surface area is: 600 cm2

4 times 4 equals 16. 16 times 6 (the number of sides) is 96. Therefore, the surface area of a cube with 4 foot long edges is 96 feet squared.

To find the surface area of a cube, add the area of its 6 sides. The area of one side is x^2. The cube has 6 faces therefore the surface area equals 6x^2

Surface area is 600 cm2

The cube would have a total surface area of 24 Sq. Ft.

a cube with a volume of 2744 mm3 is 14 mm long, and so has a surface area of: 6*142 = 1176 mm2

The surface area is 6*52 = 150 sq metres.

6*(the area of one side) 6*(3x*3x) 6*(9x2) 54x2

24 sq in.

100 square inches

Surface area of a cube A = 6*L^2 where L is the length of each side. L = sqrt(A/6) = 8.

600 cm2