Q: What is a cube that measures with an edge of 4 centimeter?

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64cm3

In a cube, all edges have the same length. To find the cubic dimension (volume), cube the length of one edge: 4x4x4 = 64 cubic units

1 litre would be a cube with each edge of length 1 decimetre = 10 centimetres. If you are only able to visualise imperial measures, that is a cube with approx 4 inch edges.

an inch

(4 x 4 x 4) cu ft

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64cm3

Each edge length is 4 cm

40,000 of them.

In a cube, all edges have the same length. To find the cubic dimension (volume), cube the length of one edge: 4x4x4 = 64 cubic units

The volume of a cube with a 4 foot edge is: 64 cubic feet.

1 litre would be a cube with each edge of length 1 decimetre = 10 centimetres. If you are only able to visualise imperial measures, that is a cube with approx 4 inch edges.

The edge of a cube that has a volume 64 cubic units is: 4 units.

6.928 (rounded)

an inch

A cube with edge lengths of 4 units will have a total surface area of 96 units2

The volume of this cube is 64 cubic inches.

A cube has 12 edges so each edge is 4 in, making volume 64 cu in.