Q: What is the volume of a cube with a edge of 4 feet?

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64cm3

the length would be 2 feet

64 cubic feet.

(4 x 4 x 4) cu ft

First cube's edge is 4 units, volume is 64 cunits. Second cube's edge is 12 units, volume is 1728 cunits, an increase of 27 times the original. This is to be expected as 3 cubed is 27.

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The volume of a cube with a 4 foot edge is: 64 cubic feet.

The edge of a cube that has a volume 64 cubic units is: 4 units.

64cm3

the length would be 2 feet

The volume is 64 cubic inches. (43 = 64)

64 cubic feet.

A cube has 12 edges so each edge is 4 in, making volume 64 cu in.

The volume of a square cuboid is length x height x width. A cube is a special type of cuboid in which all six faces are square. The three dimensions then become equal in length. So the volume of a cube is L3 where L is the length of any edge. The volume of a cube with an edge length of 4" is 43 = 64 in3 (or 64 cubic inches)

(4 x 4 x 4) cu ft

First cube's edge is 4 units, volume is 64 cunits. Second cube's edge is 12 units, volume is 1728 cunits, an increase of 27 times the original. This is to be expected as 3 cubed is 27.

Surface area is 96cm2 Volume is 64cm3

Edge of the larger cube = 32 cm Volume of the larger cube = (32 cm)3 = 32768 cm3 Edge of the smaller cube = 4 cm Volume of the smaller cube = (4 cm)3 = 64 cm3 Since the smaller cubes are cut from the larger cube, volume of all of them will be equal to that of the larger cube. ∴ Total number of smaller cubes × Volume of the smaller cube = Volume of the larger cube ⇒ Total number of smaller cubes = Volume of the larger cube ÷ Volume of the smaller cube ⇒ Total number of smaller cubes = 32768 ÷ 64 = 512 Thus, 512 smaller cubes can be cut from the larger one.