# The edge of a cube

How much does the edge of a cube of 54.9 cm3 measure?

Result

a =  3.801 cm

#### Solution:

$V=54.9 \ \text{cm}^3 \ \\ V=a^3 \ \\ \ \\ a=\sqrt[3]{ V}=\sqrt[3]{ 54.9 } \doteq 3.8006 \doteq 3.801 \ \text{cm}$

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