Q: What is the surface area of a cube with side 7 cm?

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The surface area of a cube with side lengths 52.5cm is 16,540cm2

216 squared cm

The surface area must be given in square cm, NOT cm. Surface area of a cube = 6x2 where x is the length of a side. So 6x2 = 34.56 SQUARE cm x2 = 5.76 x = 2.4 cm

Surface area of cube = 6 * side ^2 24/6 =4 side = sqrt (4) =2 cm

Assuming the side of each cube is 9 cm, the surface area is 486 cm^2. The volume is 729 cm^3.

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The cube 3 cm on a side has the greater surface area.

The surface area of a cube with side lengths 52.5cm is 16,540cm2

216 squared cm

Assume the surface area is 600 cm2 and NOT 600 cm as stated. Suppose the side of the cube is x cm. Then the surface area is 6x2 cm So 6x2 = 600 => x2 = 100 => x = 10 cm.

The surface area must be given in square cm, NOT cm. Surface area of a cube = 6x2 where x is the length of a side. So 6x2 = 34.56 SQUARE cm x2 = 5.76 x = 2.4 cm

Surface area of cube = 6side2 For cube10, area = 600 cm For cube5, area = 150 cm Difference is 450 cm

The surface area is 600 cm2

Surface area of cube = 6 * side ^2 24/6 =4 side = sqrt (4) =2 cm

Surface area is 600 cm2

Assuming the side of each cube is 9 cm, the surface area is 486 cm^2. The volume is 729 cm^3.

It works out as 3 cm

Since there are zero cubes in the stack, the surface area is zero sq cm.