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Q: What is the volume of a cube with an edge 3 ft?

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27 cubic inches.

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

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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.

If 3 5 inches meant 35 inches, then the cube's volume is 35 x 35 x 35 = 42875 cubic inches.

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The volume of a cube is proportional to the cube of its edge.If the edge is doubled, the volume increases by a factor of (2)3 = 8

The equation of the volume of a cube is s^3, where 's' is the length of one edge. So the edge would be the cubed root of the volume. In your case, the cube root of 200. Which is 5.848 (approx).

The volume of a cube would be cubing an edge, or e^3, or e*e*e. Either way, you get the volume of a cube.

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

Volume of cube = l^3 Volume = (2l)^3 = 8*l^3 When you double the length, you multiply the volume by 8.

g^3 in^3

33= 27

3 x 3 x 3 = 27cm3

First cube's edge is 4 units, volume is 64 cunits. Second cube's edge is 12 units, volume is 1728 cunits, an increase of 27 times the original. This is to be expected as 3 cubed is 27.

27 cubic inches.

s^3, where s is the length of an edge

27 cubic inches.

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