Q: What is the volume of 4 marbles in cm?

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Either: 1) Find the radius of each marble and thus their volume through V = 4/3 x pi x r^3 and then add the volumes up. or 2) Put all the marbles in a measuring jug and fill it up to the top. Pour the water into a separate container and empty the marbles out of the jug. Pour the water back into the jug. Thus: Volume of water with marbles - volume of water without the marbles = volume of marbles

A cube with a side length of 4 cm has a volume of 64 cubic cm.

The volume of the cube is the third power of the side length. For example, if the length of a side is 4 cm, then the volume is 4 cm x 4 cm x 4 cm = 64 cubic centimeters.

Volume = 2*4*6 = 48 cubic cm

Volume of box: 5*4*6 = 120 cubic cm

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Either: 1) Find the radius of each marble and thus their volume through V = 4/3 x pi x r^3 and then add the volumes up. or 2) Put all the marbles in a measuring jug and fill it up to the top. Pour the water into a separate container and empty the marbles out of the jug. Pour the water back into the jug. Thus: Volume of water with marbles - volume of water without the marbles = volume of marbles

A cube with a side length of 4 cm has a volume of 64 cubic cm.

The volume of the cube is the third power of the side length. For example, if the length of a side is 4 cm, then the volume is 4 cm x 4 cm x 4 cm = 64 cubic centimeters.

Volume = 2*4*6 = 48 cubic cm

Volume of box: 5*4*6 = 120 cubic cm

If you meant 4 cm wide then volume is 5*4*6 = 120 cubic cm

The volume is: 4.5*4.5*4.5 = 91.125 cubic cm

Volume is 1,005.3 cm3

42 cm sq

Cylinder height in cm = volume/(pi*radius2)

A rectangular prism with length 7 cm, width 4 cm and height 6 cm has a volume of 168cm3

A rectangular prism with a length of 4 cm, a width of 2 cm and a height of 5 cm has a volume of 40cm3