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Q: A cube has a volume of 729cm3 what is the length and surface area?

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The Surface area of a triangle = 0.5*base*height The volume of a prism = area of its cross-section*length

Surface Area of Cube is 6 x a^2 where a is the length of one side of cube. Volume of Cube is a^3 where a is the length of one side of cube.

For a cube with edge length, L. Surface area = 6L2. Volume = L3. So ratio of Surface Area / Volume = 6 / L. Therefore, as the side length, L, increases, the ratio will decrease.

A cube with an edge length of 6 units has a 216 square unit surface area and a 216 cubic unit volume.

If a cube has sides of length x cm then area = 6x2 cm2 and volume = x3 cm3

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The total surface area is 150mm2 and the volume of the cube 125mm3

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volume is length x base x height and surface area is volume divided by height~

For a cube with sides of length x, surface area = 6x2 and volume = x3.

It has no volume because it's a 2D shape but its surface area is:- length*perpendicular height

1/length

The Surface area of a triangle = 0.5*base*height The volume of a prism = area of its cross-section*length

Volume= surface area (length x width) x depth re arrange to surface area= depth= Volume/Area Area= Volume/Depth

The ratio of the surface area of a cube to its volume is inversely proportional to the length of its side.

The surface area to volume ratio is 1:1 Surface area = (6*6) * 6 = 216 Volume = 6*6*6 = 216

Let V=volume V^(1/3)=Side Length=S 6*S^2=Surface Area Surface Area=6*(Volume)^(2/3)

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