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A cube has a surface area of 600 square meters. What is its volume? 100 ft3 300 ft3 600 ft3 1000 ft3

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    \[600 = 6s^2\]Solve for \(s\), then find \(s^3\)

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    okay ...give me a sec

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    600=6s^2 600/6=s^2 100=s^2 \[\sqrt{100}=\sqrt{s^2}\] \[\sqrt{100}=10 s=10

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    Yes!

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    Now because the volume is \(s^3\), you need to find \(10^3\).

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    1000

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    That's the volume :-)

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    Thank you!!

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