Q: How do you find lateral area of a cube?

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If a is the side,lateral surface area of cube=4a2

The edge lengths are 4.082 cm

The lateral area of a cube with edges of 17 inches is: 1,730 square inches.

4a square

A cube with sides of s units has a total surface area of 6*s^2 square units.

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If a is the side,lateral surface area of cube=4a2

find the area of a base and then multiply by six. Then you square it. or 6 x ba (2)=lateral area

The edge lengths are 4.082 cm

Lateral surface area of a cuboid = 2 (Length + Breadth) × Height Lateral surface area of a cube = 4 × Side2

The lateral area of a cube with edges of 17 inches is: 1,730 square inches.

Lateral area = surface area of 4 sides of the cube = 4s2 = 4 x 52 = 100

The surface area of the cube will be about 216cm2

lateral area of a cube is consisting of 4 times the area of each face, so first calculate the area of a face (side2) then multiply by 4

The surface area of this cube is 384 mm2

4a square

A cube with sides of s units has a total surface area of 6*s^2 square units.

100 cm2