# Calculate 19083

A) The wooden cube has an edge 14.7 cm long. Calculate its surface area and volume.

B) The metal cube has an inner edge of 13.6 cm long. How many cm of water can fit in it?

B) The metal cube has an inner edge of 13.6 cm long. How many cm of water can fit in it?

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