Q: What is the volume of a cube that is 4.23cm on each edge?

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Each edge is 6

The volume of a cube is proportional to the cube of its edge.If the edge is doubled, the volume increases by a factor of (2)3 = 8

1 yard on each edge of a cube the volume is 1 cubic yard

The volume of a cube that measures 13 inches on each edge is: 2,200 cubic inches.

The volume of a cube with a measurement of 3.5 on a side is 42.875.

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The volume of a cube that is 6cm on each edge is: 216 cm3

Each edge is 16 cm.

Each edge is 6

The volume of a cube is proportional to the cube of its edge.If the edge is doubled, the volume increases by a factor of (2)3 = 8

1 yard on each edge of a cube the volume is 1 cubic yard

The volume of a cube that measures 13 inches on each edge is: 2,200 cubic inches.

The volume of this cube is 343 cm3

The volume of a cube with a measurement of 3.5 on a side is 42.875.

If the volume of a cube is 125 cubic cm, the length of each edge is: 5 cm

Volume = 216 cm3

The volume of a cube is the cube of the length of one edge. (9 inches)3 = 729 cubic inches.

The volume of this cube would be 8000 cubic inches.