Q: What is the area of the base of a 5 inch side length of a cube?

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216 square inches.

Surface area formula for a cube is 6 x base x height. So the SA of a 2 inch cube is6x2x2 which equals 24 square inches.

216 square inch total surface area, divide that by 6 to have the area of each square face, 36 square inch. The square root of that is the length of one side, 6 inches.

The surface area of a 1 inch cube is: 6 square inches.

It depends on the cube.

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216 square inches.

Surface area formula for a cube is 6 x base x height. So the SA of a 2 inch cube is6x2x2 which equals 24 square inches.

SA = 294 square inches.

216 square inch total surface area, divide that by 6 to have the area of each square face, 36 square inch. The square root of that is the length of one side, 6 inches.

The surface area of a 1 inch cube is: 6 square inches.

It depends on the cube.

an inch

74 square inches

The bulk of the question is irrelevant ! If all you need is the surface area of the 3-inch cube, simply multiply 3 x 3 x 6 to give 54 square inches !

surface area of each piece would be 100 sq.inch

That would be a cube with 4 inch sides

I believe the answer is 240 square inches.