Volume of a Cube is a measurement of the occupied units of a cube. The volume of a cube is represented by cubic units like cubic centimeter, cubic millimeter and so on. It is also defined as the number of units used to fill a cube.
The cube volume is determined by the formula as V = S3 since it has the same length for all sides. Here, ‘S’ is the length of the side.
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The volume of a cube is measured by multiplying the length, width and height of the cube.
The formula for the volume of a cube = Length $\times$ Width $\times$ Height.
Equation for volume of a cube, V = $S^3$
In a cube, the length, width, and height are all same.
Volume of a cube = $S^3$ cubic units
where, 'S' is the length of any edge of the cube.
Given below are some of the examples to find the volume of a cube.
Find the volume of cube given below.
The cube is closed with six sides and each side is equal in length.
The length of the cube's side is 3.8 cm.
Volume = S3 (Substitute the length in formula)
= 3.83 (Multiply the length three times)
= 3.8 x 3.8 x 3.8 = 54.87
The volume of cube is 54.87 cubic centimeters.
The length of cubic box is 21 cm.
Volume = S3 (Substitute the length of box in formula)
= 213 (Expand the value in three)
= 21 x 21 x 21 (Multiply the value 21 three times)
The volume of box is 9261 cubic centimeters.
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