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Q: What is the volume of a cube with an edge of 9 Cm?

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Easy. The volume of a cube is equal to the length of one edge cubed. So, 9 cm cubed = a volume of 729 (cubic cm)

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The volume of a cube is the length of the side cubed, orV = s3V = 93V = 729 in3It is: 9*9*9 = 729 cubic inches

SA = 54 so SA of one face = 54/6 ie 9, making each edge 3 so vol. of cube is 27

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Easy. The volume of a cube is equal to the length of one edge cubed. So, 9 cm cubed = a volume of 729 (cubic cm)

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

nine 9 cm

The measure of the edge of a cube that has a volume of 729 inches to the third is: 9 inches.

The 'capacity' (volume) of a cube with edges of 9 units is: 729 units3

A cube has a volume of 729 in3. What is the surface area of the cube?

Assuming the side of each cube is 9 cm, the surface area is 486 cm^2. The volume is 729 cm^3.

It is: 999 = 729 cubic cm

A cube would not have such dimensions but if you meant a cuboid then it is:- 5*12*9 = 540 cubic cm

If each edge of the cube is 9in long, then its dimensions are 9x9x9. So to find the volume, multiply them (9in x 9in x 9in = 729 in^3) Your answer is 729 inches cubed.

3x3x3=9. 9cm^3 (9 centimeter cubed)

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