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    Surface area of a cube. The formula A = 6V^-2/3(-2/3 power) gives the
    surface area of a cube in the volume V. What is the volume of a cube
    with a surface area 12 square feet?

    In addition please include the steps to solve for V if at all possible.

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    Solution. I think the formula you provided: A = 6V^-2/3 is NOT correct. The correct one is
    A = 6V^(2/3)
    Why? we assume that the length of an edge of an cubic is a. ...

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    The surface area of a cube is found given its volume.

    $2.49

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