Q: What is the length of the side of a cube that has a volume of 216 cm3?

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216 cm3

6 inches.

6cm... if side is assumed as x...volume is x^3

216 = 6 x 6 x 6, hence each side is 6 inches

The volume of any cube is the cube or third power of the length of one of its sides. In this instance, (6 inches)3 equals 216 cubic inches.

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The volume of the cube is 216 cm3

The cube root of 216 = 6

The cube root of 216 is 6. So 6x 6 x 6 = 216. The length of each side of a cube such as this would be 6 units. If 216 m3 volume then each length would be 6m etc.

6 cm

6 in.

3rdroot(216) = 6 inches

The volume is 216 cubic inches.

The cube root of 216 = 6

216 cm3

That would be 216 CUBIC inches? 6 inches to the side.

6 cm

6 inches.