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Q: What is the volume of a 3.2 cm cube?

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A 7-cm cube has a volume of 343 cm3

With 10 cm side lengths, this cube has a volume of 1000 cm3

A cube with a side length of 11 cm has a volume of 1331 cubic cm.

The cube is 10 cm by 10 cm by 10 cm Volume cube = side3 ⇒ side = 3√volume = 3√(1000 cm3) = 3√(103 cm3) = 10 cm

In order to find the volume of the cube you multiply length * width * height which is cube root of 6 cm * cube root of 6 cm * cube root of 6 cm = 6 cubic cm

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Edge of the larger cube = 32 cm Volume of the larger cube = (32 cm)3 = 32768 cm3 Edge of the smaller cube = 4 cm Volume of the smaller cube = (4 cm)3 = 64 cm3 Since the smaller cubes are cut from the larger cube, volume of all of them will be equal to that of the larger cube. ∴ Total number of smaller cubes × Volume of the smaller cube = Volume of the larger cube ⇒ Total number of smaller cubes = Volume of the larger cube ÷ Volume of the smaller cube ⇒ Total number of smaller cubes = 32768 ÷ 64 = 512 Thus, 512 smaller cubes can be cut from the larger one.

A 7-cm cube has a volume of 343 cm3

The volume of a 12 cm cube is 1,728 cm3

The volume of a cube with an edge of 9 cm is: 729 cm3

The volume of the cube is: 125 cubic cm

The volume is 8 cubic cm.

With 10 cm side lengths, this cube has a volume of 1000 cm3

A cube with a side length of 11 cm has a volume of 1331 cubic cm.

A cube with a side length of 8 cm has a volume of 512 cubic cm.

A cube with a side length of 4 cm has a volume of 64 cubic cm.

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