The volume of one sugar cube is 3*3*3 = 27 cubic cm. The volume of 30 cubes is 30*27 = 810 cubic centimetres. Incidentally, these are abnormally large cubes. Most that I have seen are at most 1 cm on each side.
You can find the volume by using a model by counting how many cubes are in the front and multiply it by the width. Kinda like length x width x height.
A centimeter is a unit of length, a cubic centimeter is a unit of volume.
Congruent ones. A cube of side x has a volume of x3. Any other cube, of volume x3 must have sides of length x and so the two cubes must be congruent.
no.of cubes made=volume of cuboid/volume of cube i.e, (21*27*8)/(3*3*3) = 4536/27 = 168 cubes
Add all of the cubes
To find the volume of a stack of centimeter cubes you only need to have the dimension of one side. Once you get the dimension of one side you can find its cube to get the volume of the stack.
The volume is 1 million cm3
Just knowing the volume in centimeters cubed of a rectangular prism would not allow you to find the dimensions.
48 cubic centimetres.
That is 25 cc.
The cube cannot be made from centimetre cubes.
Cubic centimeter IS a measure of volume! 1 cc = 1 mililiter.
It is the amount of liquid there is and it is measured in perfect cubes such as centimeter cubed or meter cubed.
One way to find out the number of cubes that can fit inside a rectangular box is to use its volume. Knowing the volume of the cubes and that of the box can give an accurate reading of the cubes that can fit.
The cube root of 75 is about 4.217163327 cm which will be the lengths of the sides of the cube.
You find cubic centimeters by measuring the volume of something.