Q: If A cube is 3 inches on all four sides what is the volume of the cube in inches?

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Volume= Length x Width x Height

cube has 6 sides and a rectangle has four sides

because that is how we define a cube, it has four sides, a top and a bottom = 6 sides.

Every side will be equal on a cube. The volume of a cube is width x length x height4x4x4 = 43 = 64 cm3

a square

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The volume of a cube whose sides measure four inches is: 64 cubic inches.

43=4*4*4=64 cubic inches

Try it out. A cube with four-inch sides has a volume of 64 cubic inches. A cube with two-inch sides has a volume of 8 cubic inches. That's eight times less.

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

Volume= Length x Width x Height

It is because a cube has four sides and four angles polygons have four sides and four angles.

cube has 6 sides and a rectangle has four sides

a square or a rectangle as the length of the sides has not been defined, if the 4 sides must be equal then it is just a square

Each of its 6 sides is adjacent - to four other sides.

A cube has six plane surfaces -- top, bottom, and four sides.

because that is how we define a cube, it has four sides, a top and a bottom = 6 sides.

Every side will be equal on a cube. The volume of a cube is width x length x height4x4x4 = 43 = 64 cm3