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The volume of a cube is the edge length cubed. So, 3m cubed = a volume of 27 cubic meters.

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If you mean as in a rectangular cuboid then divide the product of the two given sides into the volume to find the height.

V = 3,053.6 cubic meters.

9 meters squared

No. But the exact formula depends on the shape that you are talking about.

First we have to find the radius: pi*radius2 = 400*pi square meters Divide both sides by pi and then square root both sides: radius = 20 meters 2*pi*radius or pi*diameter = circumference 2*pi*20 = 40*pi meters

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If you mean as in a rectangular cuboid then divide the product of the two given sides into the volume to find the height.

Just add its 8 sides together in meters

Multiply the figures of the 3 sides - a x b x c , this figure is the volume.

V = 3,053.6 cubic meters.

(volume=l*w*h) so 3m*3m*8m=72m

If you mean by a square prism that has equal sides then just cube root the volume

The side length is the cube root of the volume.

Cubic meters cannot be converted into meters; cubic meters are units of volume and meters are units of length.

Measure the sides in cm and multiply

You multiply length x width x height. The volume will be in cubic units. For example, if length, width and height are in meters, the volume will be in cubic meters.

9 meters squared

No. But the exact formula depends on the shape that you are talking about.

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