Q: Find the volume of a cube that is 7 cm on each edge?

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If the volume of a cube is 125 cubic cm, the length of each edge is: 5 cm

The volume of a cube is the cube of the length of one edge. (9 inches)3 = 729 cubic inches.

The equation of the volume of a cube is s^3, where 's' is the length of one edge. So the edge would be the cubed root of the volume. In your case, the cube root of 200. Which is 5.848 (approx).

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.

3 cm per edge.

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