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Q: What is the surface area of a cube that has a side length of 6 feet?

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Lateral area = surface area of 4 sides of the cube = 4s2 = 4 x 52 = 100

Example 6:A cube has a surface area of 150. What is the volume of the cube?Solution:The surface area of the cube is:SA= 6a2Thus:a2= SA/6 = 150/6 = 25anda = 5 cmThe volume of the cube is:V= a3V = 53V = 125 cm3

One side of the cube would have a surface area of 16 X 16, which is 256 sq. ft. And a cube has 6 sides, 6 X 256 = 1536 sq. ft.

11250 square feet

The length (edge length) of a cube with a volume of 44.4 liters is: 1.162 feet.

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Area(10) = 600 and Area(2) = 24.

SA = 384 square feet.

54

the length would be 2 feet

Divide 300 by 6

150

The surface area of a cube = 6 x y2 ; y is the cube length For a 9 cubic yard concrete = 9 x 27 cubic feet = 243 cubic feet The cube side = (243)1/3 Accordingly the cube surface area = 6 x (243)2/3 square feet

18 square feet.

The cube would have a total surface area of 24 Sq. Ft.

220 square feet.

It's 18 square feet.

Let the side length of the cube be x:- Surface area: 6*x2 = 726 square feet Divide both sides by 6 and then square root both sides. x = 11 feet Volume: 11*11*11 = 1331 cubic feet

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