A cube measures 4 inches on all of its sides.  What is the volume of the cube in inches?

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The formula for finding the volume of a cube is

Length x Width x Height.

Since each side of a cube has the same measurement, the formula can also be stated "Side Cubed", or

Side x Side x Side.

Since the sides of the cube measure 4 inches, you would...

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The formula for finding the volume of a cube is

Length x Width x Height.

Since each side of a cube has the same measurement, the formula can also be stated "Side Cubed", or

Side x Side x Side.

Since the sides of the cube measure 4 inches, you would multiply to find the volume,

4 x 4 x 4,

which equals 64.

The answer when finding volume is always a cubic measurement.

The volume of a cube measuring 4 inches on all of its sides is 64 cubic inches.

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