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Q: What is the volume of the 10-cm cube?

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If the length of one edge of a cube is 10cm its volume is: 1,000 cm3

A cube with a side length of 10cm has a volume of 1000cm3 which equates to 1 Liter.

volume of the cube - volume of the sphere = volume enclosed between the cube and sphere

The volume is 1130.97 cm3

Cube root its volume

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If the base of a cube is 100cm then the base must measure 10cm by 10cm. so, as it is a cube its height must also be 10cm. Therefore the volume of the cube is 10cm x10cm x10cm which equals 1000 cubic cm.

If the length of one edge of a cube is 10cm its volume is: 1,000 cm3

A cube with a side length of 10cm has a volume of 1000cm3 which equates to 1 Liter.

V = 1,000 cm3

The volume is 1,000 cubic cm

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V = 1,000 cm3

1,000 cm3

The dimension of each side of your cube is the cube root of 1000cm, which is 10cm. Now there are six sides to your cube, each with an area of 10cm x 10cm, = 600sq cm in total.

A cube with a side length of 10 cm has a volume of 1000 cubic cm

10x4x2= 80cm cube

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