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How do you find the dimensions of a cube when you have a sheet of cardboard that measures 9 feet by 6 feet?

The area of the cardboard is 9*6 = 54 square feet.

A cube has six square faces, so each face will be 54/6 = 9 square feet.A square with an area of 9 sq feet has sides of sqrt(9) = 3 feet.

The area of the cardboard is 9*6 = 54 square feet.

A cube has six square faces, so each face will be 54/6 = 9 square feet.A square with an area of 9 sq feet has sides of sqrt(9) = 3 feet.

The area of the cardboard is 9*6 = 54 square feet.

A cube has six square faces, so each face will be 54/6 = 9 square feet.A square with an area of 9 sq feet has sides of sqrt(9) = 3 feet.

The area of the cardboard is 9*6 = 54 square feet.

A cube has six square faces, so each face will be 54/6 = 9 square feet.A square with an area of 9 sq feet has sides of sqrt(9) = 3 feet.

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The area of the cardboard is 9*6 = 54 square feet.

A cube has six square faces, so each face will be 54/6 = 9 square feet.A square with an area of 9 sq feet has sides of sqrt(9) = 3 feet.  