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A cube has side length 18 kilometers. What is its surface area?

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    The formula for surface area of a cube is \[S = 6s ^{2}\] Where "s" means side.So if you plug 18 in where the "s" is you will get your answer. \[S = 6(18) ^{2}\]

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    so the answer is?

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  3. apeman515 Group Title
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    5,832 cubic Kilometers

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    THANKS

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  5. apeman515 Group Title
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    CORRECTION: 1944 kilometers

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    in both cases, the units are incorrect in which the answers were given.... just fyi....:)

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    that is one big a$$ cube..anyway,|dw:1339204950192:dw| 324*6 = 1,944 kilpmeters

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    *cubic kilometers!

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