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Q: How do you find the sides of a cube when the volume is given?

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Take the cube root. 63 = 216 cm Answer 6 cm

Find the cube root of the volume. Volume of a cube = length of side^3 therefore length of side = volume^(1/3)

Measure the sides in cm and multiply

Cube root the volume as for example if its volume was 27 then the cube root of 27 is 3 which is its side length

You cube the edge length.

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Take the cube root. 63 = 216 cm Answer 6 cm

Find the cube root of the volume. Volume of a cube = length of side^3 therefore length of side = volume^(1/3)

Measure the sides in cm and multiply

Cube root the volume as for example if its volume was 27 then the cube root of 27 is 3 which is its side length

You cube the edge length.

Volume = length X width X height. Therefore, take the cube root of the volume to find all the dimensions

The volume of a cube is the edge length cubed. So, 3m cubed = a volume of 27 cubic meters.

cube root the volume because each dimension is the same measurement

If you mean by a square prism that has equal sides then just cube root the volume

If you mean as in a rectangular cuboid then divide the product of the two given sides into the volume to find the height.

Same way you find the volume of any other cube: Multiply the values of all sides.0.5in x 0.5in x 0.5in = 0.125in3

The last guy was wrong. Sorry

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