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Q: What is the volume of a cube with side 5?

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The side length is the cube root of the volume.

A cube with a side length of 5 feet has a volume of 125 cubic feet.

Find the cube root of the volume. Volume of a cube = length of side^3 therefore length of side = volume^(1/3)

The volume of a cube is (length of side)3.

Cube root the volume as for example if its volume was 27 then the cube root of 27 is 3 which is its side length

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A cube with a side length of 5 feet has a volume of 125 cubic feet.

The length of a side of a cube whose volume is 25cm3 is 5 centimeters.

A cube with a side length of 5 cm has a volume of 125 cubic cm

The volume of a cube is the side cubed, so a cube with a side length of 4 has a volume of 43 = 64.

Volume of a cube (V) = l*w*h V = 5*5*5 = 125 cm3 or 125 cc

The side length of a cube with a volume of 125 units cubed is: 5 units.

Find the cube root of the volume. Volume of a cube = length of side^3 therefore length of side = volume^(1/3)

The length of a side (edge) of a cube is equal to the cube root of the volume. So, in this case the cube root of 125 is 5. Thus, each edge of the cube is 5 cm long.

The volume is equal to 53 or 125 cubic inches.

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