A die is basically a cube. Calculate density by measuring the volume of the cube and dividing that into the weight of the cube. The volume can be calculated using the formula for a cube. Let's assume the holes in the faces are negligible. All three sides of a cube(Length, width and height) are the same length. Volume = length of side X length of side X length of side Measure the weight of the die. Density = Weight / Volume If the dots on the die are cut out, then you can get a little more accurate by measuring the size of the dot and calculating the depth. Then you would try to calculate the volume of a dot on the die. Then subtract this volume for each of the dots on the faces of the die. There are 21 dots(I think).
Zero it has no curved surface
a cube has 6 surfaces.
The cube's surface area is 54 cm2 and its volume is 27 cm3
384.5 units squared.
The volume of a cube that has a surface area of 343 is 432.2
This should be solved in two steps. 1) Use the formula for the area of a cube, and solve for the length of a side of the cube. 2) Using this length, it is easy to find out the volume, with the formula for the volume of a cube.
The volume of a cube is the length of the side, cubed.The area of a cube is 6 times (the length of a side squared).
The total surface area is 150mm2 and the volume of the cube 125mm3
To tackle this you first need to know the equations for both volume and surface area. The surface area of a cube is 6x2 where x is the side length. The volume of the cube is x3. Thus x is the cube root of the volume. We can substitute this in to the surface area equation and say that the surface area of a cube is 6volume2/3 This can also be rearranged to say that the volume of the cube is (the surface area/6)1.5
For a cube with sides of length x, surface area = 6x2 and volume = x3.
Total surface area of a cube: 6 times a side squared
The surface area of a cube whose length is 4.7 is 132.5 units squared.
The volume of this cube is: 1.728m3
No, it is not. It is half of it.