Q: What is the volume of 4cm 4cm and 3.2?

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The formula for the volume of a cube is height x width x length, therefore V = 4cm x 4cm x 4cm V = 64cm3

The Volume of cylinder with radius of 4cm and height of 10cm is: 502.65 cm3

Density = Mass/Volume = 50/(4*4*4) = 50/64 = 0.78125 grams per cm3.

The volume of a cube is found by length x width x depth. For instance, a cube measuring 4cm x 4cm x 4cm = 64 cubic centimetres

12cm x 6cm x 4cm = 288 cubic centimetres

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The volume of a cube equals its side length cubed. In this case it is 4cm3 which gives a volume of 64cm3

The formula for the volume of a cube is height x width x length, therefore V = 4cm x 4cm x 4cm V = 64cm3

A cylinder with a radius of 4cm and a height of 2cm has a volume of 100.53cm3

The Volume of cylinder with radius of 4cm and height of 10cm is: 502.65 cm3

Volume of a cube (or cuboid) is length x width x height. In the case of a cube, all three are the same: length = width = height. For a 4cm cube, length = width = height = 4cm, thus: volume = 4cm x 4cm x 4cm = 64cm3.

Density = Mass/Volume = 50/(4*4*4) = 50/64 = 0.78125 grams per cm3.

The volume of a sphere with a radius of 4cm is about 268cm3

The volume of a cube is found by length x width x depth. For instance, a cube measuring 4cm x 4cm x 4cm = 64 cubic centimetres

120 cm3

V = 268.08 cm3

28 cm3

Length=4cm width=4cm height=4cm