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#8 How do I find the dimensions of a cube with a volume of 1000 cubic centimeters. What is the ratio of Surface Area to Volume.

#9 Find the ratio of surface area to volume for a cube with volume of 64 cubic inches

#10 What is the surface area of cube in exercise.

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Problem #8
We know, if the size of a cube is x centimeter, then its volume is V=x^3 cubic centimeters.
In this problem, we have x^3=1000, then x=10 ...

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The ratio of surface area to volume is found.

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