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Although there are formal methods, the simplest is to see if the cubic can be factorised. If so, you'll have a linear factor and a quadratic, both of which are easy to solve.

Alternatively, you could try solving it graphically.

Another possibility is to solve it numerically. The derivative of a cubic, of the form f(x) = ax3 + bx2 + cx + d is f'(x) = 3ax2 + 2bx + c.

Make an initial estimate x1. An improved estimate is x2 = x1 - f(x1)/f'(x1). Use x2 to make next estimate, and so on.

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2,000 cubic feet = 74.07 cubic yards.

Cubic decimeter (1 dm3)1 cdm = 1000 cubic centimeters = 61.025 cubic inches Cubic meter (1 m3)1 cbm = 1000 cubic decimeters = 1.308 cubic yard = 35.316 cubic feet Fromrageshudayan@rediffmail.com

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A cubic centimetre is a measure of volume. There is nothing to solve.

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There is not enough information to solve that problem.

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There are 1000 cubic cm in one Litre so just divide by 1000. EG 250cc = 0.25 L

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you can't Square meters are a measure of area, cubic meters are a measure of volume. If you were told a cube has an area of 1064 square meters what is it's volume? then you could solve it but that is not what you have asked!

Several dimensions can result in the same volume. Remember that liter is the same as cubic decimeter; 250 liter is equivalent to 0.25 cubic meters. Use the formula for a cylinder; use any value for the radius, then solve for the height.

If you can find a simple factoring of the cubic polynomial, then it is fairly easy to solve (by the zero-product property). Otherwise it isn't; there are several iterative methods, but none of them is simple. That's why the solution of polynomials of degree is usually not covered in high school, or even in college. If you are really interested in the more or less complicated details, the Wikipedia article on "Root-finding algorithm" gives you an introduction.

waters density it 1 gram per cubic centimeter. the formula for density is Mass of object divided by its volume

1 cup (metric) = 250.0 × 10−6 cubic meter 1 cubic meter = 1 milliliter (mL) 1 L = 1000 mL = 1000 cubic meter 1 fl (femtoliter) = 1.0 * 10-15 L I already give you the conversion units, try to solve it.