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Q: How do you find the volume of a cube s 4000 mm?

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it doesn't have a volume since it is flat. =================================================== "volume" only makes sense in a three-dimensional world. 'mm' is a one-dimensional measure of distance. In a 3D world, the volume is expressed in [mm^3]. For example, a cube with 1 mm per edge will have the volume of 1 mm^3. A line of 1 mm long will have a volume of exactly zero, in a 3D world.

It is 0.004 km.

Volume of a sphere = 4/3*pi*radius3 Volume = 4/3*pi*23 = 33.51032164 or about 33.5 cubic mm

Volume = pi*1352*560 = 32063095 cubic mm to the nearest mm3

The volume of a cylinder if the diameter is 15mm and the height is 4.8 mm is 848.23 cubic mm

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It is: 10*10*10 = 1000 cubic mm

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metric unit of measure for volume is mm cube .

1mm cube has volume of 1mm3 and a surface area of 6*(1*1) = 6mm²2mm cube has a volume of 8mm3 and a surface area of 6(2*2)=24mm²Ratio for 1mm cube is 6-1 and ratio for 2mm cube is 3-1 ■

Side = 6 mm Area = 216 mm2 Volume = 216 mm3 Area/Volume = 1 per mm

The side length is 17281/3 mm = 12 mm

15*15*15 = 3375 cubic mm = 0.003375 litres

4000 mm = 4 meters

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