Q: What is the volume in cubic feet of the cube 3' by 3' by 3'?

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A 3 foot cube has edges that are three feet long and a total volume of 27 cubic feet. 3 cubic feet describes a cube with edges the cube root of 3 long. (about 1.44225 feet)

27 cubic ft

48 cubic feet

Volume is the (length x width x height) of a cube. As so, you take the volume, 27 cubic feet, and solve for the cube root, which is equal to 3 feet "length". Now you square the result, 3 feet, which gives you a square of 9 feet. since a cube has six sides, you multiply the square by six, which equals to 54 square feet.

A cube with a side length of 3 units has a volume of 27 cubic units.

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A cube thirteen feet to a side has a volume of 2197 cubic feet. A cube ten feet to a side has a volume of 1000 cubic feet. The larger cube has 1197 cubic feet, or 119.7 percent, more volume over the smaller one.

The volume of a cube with an edge of three feet is: 27 cubic feet.

A 3 foot cube has edges that are three feet long and a total volume of 27 cubic feet. 3 cubic feet describes a cube with edges the cube root of 3 long. (about 1.44225 feet)

27 cubic feet.

5,184 cubic inches.

It is: 3*3*3 = 27 cubic feet

27 cubic feet.

27 cubic ft

If it's a cube, then all the sides are equal. So 3X3X3 = 27 cubic feet in volume.

1197 cubic feet.

The volume of a cube is found by multiplying the height x width x depth. example- a cube that is 3 feet high, 3 feet wide, and 3 feet deep is 3 x 3 x 3... 3 x 3=9... 9 x 3= 27. The volume of the 3' cube is 27 cubic feet.

48 cubic feet