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In a cube is there more surface area or volume

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depends on your edge
a^3>=6a^2 a>=6 volume is greater than area if a >=6 otherwise area is win..
volume is greater than or equal area if a >=6

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6*3^2=54
If the shape is smaller than the surface area to volume ratio is greater right? as opposed to it being larger
I didnt get what you mean..
we can say every cube has larger area than volume if cubes edge is less than 6
or we can say every cube has larger volume than area if cubes edge is greater than 6
if edge is 6 than area equals to volume..

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