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what is the formula for finding the volume of a square

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  1. anonymous
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    Side of a square is x x^2 is the area of a square 0 is the volume of a *square* I think you mean cube: x^3

  2. anonymous
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    thanks

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    kk

  5. anonymous
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    I don't know if this will help but I was told that Volume= (base area)(height) except for a sphere. So, for a cube, the base area is a square which gives you "s^2" and multiply that with your height which is "s." And that gives you what Supervisor got. Just an idea for remembering.

  6. anonymous
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    V=bxhxh

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