Q: What is the volume of a solid figure that was 3 cubes long 2 cubes wide and 6 cubes high?

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2 cubes wide x 3 cubes long x 4 cubes high. 2 X 3 X4 6 X 4 24 cubes

If you have a tape measure, measure the length, width and height of the box. Round each of the numbers DOWN to the nearest whole number of centimetres and then multiply together. The answer, in cm3 is the number of unit cubes that will fit. For example, length = 5.9 cm width = 4.9 cm height = 3.9 cm usable volume = 5*4*3 = 60 cm3 and spo 60 cubes. Even though the true volume of the box is 5.9*4.9*3.9 = 112.749 cm3 you will get only 3 cubes along the height of the box. 0.9 cm of the height (more than a quarter) is wasted. Even worse, if you have a box that is 1 kilometre long and 1 kilometre wide but only 0.9 cm high, you will not get a single - NOT EVEN ONE - cube in it. The cube would be too high. Although the true volume is 9 billion cm3, the usable volume is 100,000*100,000*0 = 0.

7" x 6" x 5" = 210 cubic inches

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120 is the mass. i figured that out by mutiplying 5*8=40 then multiply that by 3. 40*3=120

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24 cubes would be it.

It is the cube which has a volume of 64 cubic meters whereas the rectangular solid has a volume of 32 cubic meters

It's a volume, 23 cubic centimeters. = or 23 cubes measuring one cm wide, one cm long and one cm high.

224 m to the 3rd power

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