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5cm*5cm*5cm = 125 cubic cm.

The volume is: 125 mL

SA = 150 cm2

5cm, 5cm, and 5cm could represent the lengths of the sides of an equilateral triangle, or might indicate the length, width, and height of a cube.

This is impossible to answer as it depends on the density of the material. I.e. a 125 cm3 of lead is significantly heavier than a 125 cm3 cube of foam rubber.

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125 cm3

5cm*5cm*5cm = 125 cubic cm.

The volume is 125cm3

It is 6/5 or 1.2/1

The volume is 125 cm3

V = 125 cm3

The volume is: 125 mL

53 = 125cm3 and that is your volume

A cube with a side length of 5 cm has a volume of 125 cubic cm

The volume of a cube with 5 cm sides is 125 cubic cm.

Density = Mass/Volume Volume of cube=5cmx5cmx5cm=125cm3 So 30g/125cm3=0.24g/cm3

Volume_cube = side x side x side = 5cm x 5cm x 5cm = 125 cm3

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