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QuestionWhat if the cube has different lengths  for example 3 cm, 4 cm and 3 cm?Community AnswerAll cubes have equal sides. If they aren't equal, they are call rectangular prisms.

QuestionHow do I find the total surface area of a cube whose volume is 3?You would have to refer to a table that gives cube roots, because the formula for finding the surface area of this cube is six times the cube root of 9.

QuestionHow do I find the volume of the cube if I only know the surface area?Divide the surface area by 6. That gives you the area of one side. Find the square root of that area. That gives you the length of one edge. Cube that number. That's the volume (in cubic units).

QuestionHow do I calculate the volume?To find the volume of a cube, cube the length of an edge.

QuestionIf a side of a cube is 3/4 units, what is the surface area and what is the volume?The total surface area is found by multiplying 6 by the square of 3/4: (6)(3/4)(3/4) = 54/16 = 27/8 square units. The volume is the cube of 3/4: (3/4)(3/4)(3/4) = 27/64 cubic units.

QuestionWhat if the only measurement I have is a square root measurement, such as 13 square root 5, and the answer needs to be rounded to the nearest tenth? I have tried everything I know and nothing is right.If by "measurement" you mean the length of one of the edges of a cube, to calculate the surface area you would square the given length and then multiply by 6. In this example, (13 âˆš5)Â² = 845. 845 x 6 = 5,070. To round to the nearest tenth, just write the answer as 5,070.0.

QuestionWhat if the only value given is the edge of the cube?See Method 1 above.

QuestionHow do I find the surface area of a cube with four inch sides?Community AnswerThe surface area of a cube is 6s^2 where s is the side length. Thus, the surface area is 6(4in)^2 = 96 square inches.

QuestionA cube is built using 64 cubic blocks of side one unit. After it is built, one cubic block is removed from every corner of the cube. How do I calculate the surface area after the removal of the blocks?Community AnswerThe side lengths are the cube root of 64 = 4. If you think about it, the corner has three 1 square unit sides, and when you take it out, it will also be the same. Thus, the area is the same as a 4sided square  4^2*6 units^2 = 96 square units.

QuestionWhat must be the length of the side?Community AnswerFor a cube with the sidelength of x units long, the surface area is 6x^2. Hence for a given surface area A, x = sq.root of A/6.

QuestionWhat if I only have the height information?If by "height" you mean the length of an edge, square that number and multiply by six.

QuestionWhat is one side of the cube if the surface area is 486 cm sq?If you're asking about the area of one side or face, divide the total surface area by six. If you're asking about the length of one edge, divide the total surface area by six, then find the square root of that number.

QuestionIf a cube has a volume of 123 cm, what is the area of one face of the cube?If the volume were 125 cubic cm, this would be an easilycalculated answer. But at 123, the answer is a bit inconvenient: you have to find the cube root of 123, then square that number to find the area of one face.

QuestionHow do I find lateral surface area?"Lateral" surface area refers to the area of the side or sides of a threedimensional figure. In the case of a cube, lateral surface area is the total area of the six identical sides, calculated by cubing the length of one edge.

QuestionHow do I find volume of cube when only mass is known?You would also have to know the density of the material making up the cube. Applying the density to the volume will allow you to derive the mass.

QuestionIf the total surface area of a cube is 3750, what is the length of its side?The length of any edge is found by dividing the total surface area by 6 and then finding the square root of that quotient. In this case 3750 Ã· 6 = 625. âˆš625 = 25.

QuestionHow do I find a surface area of the cube if I know the area?Community AnswerIf you know the area of one side, then just multiply the area by 6. A x 6 = surface area (because the area of all sides is the same).

QuestionHow do I find the length of a cube if I only know the surface area?Community AnswerDivide it by 6 and that will give you your length; for example, if you have a surface of 50, then you divide it by six and then your length will be 8.33.

QuestionHow do I find the surface of a cube when only the volume and nothing else is given?Community AnswerIf it's a cube, just use the way they did for the section on finding the surface area of a cube when you only know the volume. It is on this article.
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