Q: What is the volume of a cube whose width is 5 inches?

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It is 6 inches.

The formula for a volume of a cube is length x width x height. For example, if all sides of a cube were 3 inches, then the volume is 9 inches cubed.

512

Volume of cube: 10*10*10 = 1000 cubic m

Volume of a cube = height * length * width, where height = length = width, so volume = side3. Thus (20cm)3= 8000cm3

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It is 6 inches.

The volume of a cube whose edges are 4.5 inch long is: 91.13 cubic inches.

It is 8 inches. If it is a cube then length and width and height is the same Lenght times width times height is volume So height is the cube root of 512 = 8 I used a calculator to get the cube root

The formula for a volume of a cube is length x width x height. For example, if all sides of a cube were 3 inches, then the volume is 9 inches cubed.

length times width times height

512

Volume of cube: 10*10*10 = 1000 cubic m

The volume is s^3 (s cubed) cubic inches.

27 cubic inches.

Volume = 4.5*4.5*4.5 = 91.125 cubic inches.