Q: What is the area of a 3cm cube?

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54 cm2

The area of one face of a 3cm cube is the area of a 3cm square. That's 3 x 3 = 9cm2.

54 cm2

I thought the answer was: 6 x 3squaredcmsquared

3cm, 3cm and 3cm respectively

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54 cm2

The area of one face of a 3cm cube is the area of a 3cm square. That's 3 x 3 = 9cm2.

SA = 54cm2

The cube's surface area is 54 cm2 and its volume is 27 cm3

54 cm2

I thought the answer was: 6 x 3squaredcmsquared

3cm, 3cm and 3cm respectively

Volume = (length) x (width) x (height)A cube has all 3 dimensions equal.Volume = (3cm) x (3cm) x (3cm) = 27 cm3

Suppose the side of the cube is s cm. Then s3 = 27 so that s = 3 cm. Each of the six faces of the cube is a 3cm * 3cm square. 6 squares, each with a surface area of 9 cm2 makes a total surface area of 54 cm2

It is likely that the shape you have in mind is a cube, with each edge being 3 cm long.

The edge length would be 3 cm.

To find the volume of a cube, just multiply the length of each side together: 3 * 3 * 3 = 33 = 27 cm3 See the Related Questions link to the left to find the volume of any cube or rectangular solid!