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1) It definitely isn't a cube.

2) The volume of the so called "cube" is 64cm3.

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Volume is (base*height) or (length*width*height) Here, is would be 6*6*6=216 cubic inches. ■

volume of box=20x1x14 cm cube=280cm cube formula used for volume=length x breadth x height

length by width by height

Length*width*height

length * width * height

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volume = Base x height or volume = (length x width) x height

volume is length X width X height. so, divide the volume by the base.

The volume of any rectangular prism (including a cube) is width x height x length. The area of the bottom is width x length. So the area of the base is the volume divided by the height. With specifically a cube it gets even easier, because the lenght, width and height are all the same. So if the length (or the width or the height) = x , then the area of the base is x^2 (squared) and the volume of the cube is x^3 (cubed). this means the base of the cube is the volume divided by any of the following: length, width, height.

Since: Volume = height x base Height = Volume / Base

Volume is (base*height) or (length*width*height) Here, is would be 6*6*6=216 cubic inches. ■

V = x3 Volume = (length x width x height) = (base area x height) For a cube, length = width = height, so V = xxx = x3

volume of box=20x1x14 cm cube=280cm cube formula used for volume=length x breadth x height

Volume of a cube = height * length * width, where height = length = width, so volume = side3. Thus (20cm)3= 8000cm3

its the volume of a cube with the length width and height all being 1cm its the volume of a cube with the length width and height all being 1cm

length by width by height

length * width * height

Length*width*height

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