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    Surface area and volume

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    Is it possible for the volume and surface area of a cube to be equal? Explain.

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    The volume of the cube is given by V = s^3
    where, 's' is the length of the side of the cube.
    The total surface area of the cube is the sum of the areas of all the surfaces ...

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    This answers whether or not it is possible for surface area and volume to be equal. The relationship between surface area and volume for a cube are given.

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