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Q: Which is the side length of a cube with a volume of 512 cm3?

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The side length of a cube with a volume of 512 cubic inches is: 8 inches.

The edge length is: 8 units.

8 units.

A cube with a side of 8 cm has a volume of 512 cm3.Doubling the length of the side causes the volume to increase by 23 = 8 times.So the new volume is 4,096 cm3 .

8 For a cube, all sides are the same, thus: Side_length3 = 512 => Side_length = cube_root(512) = 8

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