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Q: What is the volume of a cube thst is 6 inches long on an edge?

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The volume of a cube whose edges are 4.5 inch long is: 91.13 cubic inches.

V = 12.167 cubic feet.

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The volume would be 9.2 inches times 9.2 inches times 9.2 inches (or 9.2 cubed, or 9.2 to the 3rd power). So that I don't do your homework for you, feel free to do the actual math, yourself. :)

I suspect a homework question in that tangle! So: Volume of a cube of side length L = L3. So since you know the value of L for the cube in your question, you can now calculate its volume. It's a nice little exercise in mental arithmetic too - but you may be expected to show the working.

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