Q: A 6 inch cube has the same volume as a box with a base 8 inches by 9 inches How tall is the box?

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The volume of a 5 inch cube is: 125 cubic inches.

The volume is 343 cubic inches for a 7-inch cube.

The cube's volume is 0.216 cubic inches.

1728 cubic inches

The volume of a cube whose edges are 4.5 inch long is: 91.13 cubic inches.

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The volume of a 5 inch cube is: 125 cubic inches.

If you double a 2-inch cube to a four-inch cube, its volume increases from eight cubic inches to 64 cubic inches.

A 3-inch cube has a volume of: 27 cubic inches.

The volume is 343 cubic inches for a 7-inch cube.

The volume of a 3-inch cube is 27 cubicinches. (not "inches")

The cube's volume is 0.216 cubic inches.

3 inch sides 27 cubic inches volume

343 cubic inches.

0.125 cubic inches

1728 cubic inches

The volume of a cube whose edges are 4.5 inch long is: 91.13 cubic inches.

1^3 inches = 1 cubic inch