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# What is the volume of a cube that has sides 9.2 round your answers to the nearest tenth?

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It is a derived unit for volume and is equivalent to the volume of a cube whose sides are 10 decimetres each. Alternatively, it is a thousandth of a cube with sides of 1 metre.It is a derived unit for volume and is equivalent to the volume of a cube whose sides are 10 decimetres each. Alternatively, it is a thousandth of a cube with sides of 1 metre.It is a derived unit for volume and is equivalent to the volume of a cube whose sides are 10 decimetres each. Alternatively, it is a thousandth of a cube with sides of 1 metre.It is a derived unit for volume and is equivalent to the volume of a cube whose sides are 10 decimetres each. Alternatively, it is a thousandth of a cube with sides of 1 metre.

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a sphere

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