A square box has a volume of 64 cubic inches. What's its perimeter?
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I presume that the box is more than "square", that it is in fact a cube - 1 metre along all sides. The volume of such a box is 1 cubic metre. The area of the base of such a box is 1 square metre. If the height is anything other than 1 metre, multiply the height in metres by 1 and you will get the volume in cubic metres.
No, it would be measured in cubic feet.
The volume is the base times the height so if you know the mase and the volume youdivide the volume by the base area and get the height.96 / 32 = 3The box is three centimeters high.
Your dimensions are for a square. You need one more dimension for a box.
96cm3/ 32cm2 = 3cm
If its final shape is a cube, its volume would be 9.261 cm^3.
Volume = base x height Volume = 50 in2 x 12 in Volume = 600 in3
A 20-foot square box has a volume of about 226.534 cubic meters.