Q: What is the surface area of a cube when the sides are 4 cm?

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The surface area of a cube with sides of 4 cm is 6*42 square cm = 96 sq cm. The surface area of a cube with sides of 2 units is 6*22 square units = 24 sq units.

24 cm. sq.

73.5 cm2

Surface area is 294cm2 Volume is 343cm3

Each face will be 5x5= 25 sq cm. There are 6 faces to a cube, so 6x25= 150 sq cm surface area.

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The surface area of a cube with sides of 4 cm is 6*42 square cm = 96 sq cm. The surface area of a cube with sides of 2 units is 6*22 square units = 24 sq units.

24 cm. sq.

73.5 cm2

Surface area is 294cm2 Volume is 343cm3

Each face will be 5x5= 25 sq cm. There are 6 faces to a cube, so 6x25= 150 sq cm surface area.

The length of one of its sides is 10 cm.

If a cube has sides of length x cm then area = 6x2 cm2 and volume = x3 cm3

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

384 cm2

A cube with 1 cm sides has a surface area of 6 cm2 and a volume of 1 cm3.

Each side is 11.6 cm X 11.6 cm, or 134.56 cm, X 6 sides = 807.36 cm.

The cube has six sides and the total surface area is 600 square cm. Hence each surface is 100 square cm and hence the side is 10 cm. Hence the volume of a cube with side 10 cm = 10 x 10 x 10 cubic cm = 1000 cubic cm