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Q: What is the length of 1cm cube?

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It doesn't matter what the unit of measurement is, or what size the cube is. If the length of the side of the cube is 'S' units, then the volume is S3 and the surface area is 6S2. The ratio of volume to surface area is (S3/6S2) = S/6 units. For this one, the ratio is 1/6 cm.

That is 6 cc.

1 cm3 or 1 cubic centimetre or, equivalently, 1 millilitre.

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