Q: What is the volume of a cube with an edge that measures 4 cm?

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If a cube measures 5 cm on each end then the total volume of the cube would be 125 cubic cm. Assuming that the cube is actually made of the same steel, 125 x 7.8 = 975g

294 sq. cm

It is: 5 cm

Volume = 216 cm3

5 cm

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The volume of a cube is the length of the edge of an edge cubed.i.e. V = L3 where V = volume and L = length of an edge.So for a cube with edges 10 cm long, the volume is:V = (10 cm)3V = 1,000 cm3

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Each edge will be the cube root of 125 which is 5 cm

A cube with a side length of 3.0 cm has a volume of 27 cubic cm.

The length of each edge will be 11 cm.

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It is: 5 cm