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Which equation represents the problem? A cube has six sides, each of which is a square. If the measure of each side is s, what is the area of one side (square) of the cube?
A. A = s3
B. A = s2
C. A = 6s2 Which equation represents the problem? A cube has six sides, each of which is a square. If the measure of each side is s, what is the area of one side (square) of the cube?
A. A = s3
B. A = s2
C. A = 6s2 @Mathematics
xxdgffsdgdfgffgsg
 3 years ago
Which equation represents the problem? A cube has six sides, each of which is a square. If the measure of each side is s, what is the area of one side (square) of the cube? A. A = s3 B. A = s2 C. A = 6s2 Which equation represents the problem? A cube has six sides, each of which is a square. If the measure of each side is s, what is the area of one side (square) of the cube? A. A = s3 B. A = s2 C. A = 6s2 @Mathematics

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