Q: A cube has surface area of A square meters. What is the volume of the cube?

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SA = 238.10976096 square meters.

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The surface area of the pond is measured in square meters.

533 m2/1,372 m3 = 0.3885 per meter (rounded)

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2,157.7 square meters.

SA = 238.10976096 square meters.

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The surface area of the cube is 150 square meters.

Volume does not, surface area does.

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you can't Square meters are a measure of area, cubic meters are a measure of volume. If you were told a cube has an area of 1064 square meters what is it's volume? then you could solve it but that is not what you have asked!

The surface area of the pond is measured in square meters.

To find the volume, first convert the depth to meters (7.5cm = 0.075m). Then multiply the area (59446 sqm) by the depth (0.075m) to get the volume in cubic meters. So, the volume is 4458.45 cubic meters.

A surface area and a volume are qualitatively different. If for some body the surface area and the volume are numerically equal in one unit of measurement, then in another unit of measurement they won't be the same. For example, a cube of 6 m x 6 m x 6 m cube has a a volume of 216 cubic meters, and an area of 216 square meters, but if you calculate volume and surface area in cubic centimeters, the volume is a number that is 100 times greater.

Volume = 113.097 m3 Surface area = 113.097 m2

To find the length of the roadway, divide the volume by the area: 750 cubic meters / 15 square meters = 50 meters. The length of the roadway is 50 meters.