That depends how you define the perimeter for a cube. The term perimeter is usually used for plane figures, not for 3D solids.
There no such thing as perimeter of 3D objects . Generally perimeter is for 2D objects but you can find the surface are of a cube if you wished to ask that. Surface area of cube is - 6 x side x side.
You can only figure ot the surface area of a cube.
It is the sum of its sides
Perimeter is not normally a concept associated with 3-dimensional objects. The volume of a cube, with sides of x units is x3 cubic units.
The volume of the cube is: 125 cubic cm
length x width x height
Solid objects do not have a perimeter because it is not possible to go all round the object in a single path.
The cube root of 196 is 14 Perimeter = 4*14 = 56 feet
A perimeter is normally defined for 2-dimensional shapes and not three dimensional ones. A cube has 12 edges. So, if the perimeter is 48 cm, each edge must be 48/12 = 4 cm. The cross section of a cube depends on the angle of the plane intersecting the cube and, if it is not perpendicular to the cube, can be triangular, parallelogram or hexagonal. Assuming the plane is at right angles to the cube, the cross section is a square with sides of 4 cm. So its area is 16 cm2
64 cubic inches