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An Ice cube that measures 3 centimeters on each side contains

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An Ice cube that measures 3 centimeters on each side contains how many cubic centimeters of ice? Include correct units with your solution.
Submitted: 5 years ago.
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Expert:  JamesStone replied 5 years ago.

A cube that measures 3 cm on each side would consist of 27 cubic centimeters of ice.


If you were to picture the ice cube as a grid, you have the length and width of 3, so a single section is 9, since the depth is also 3, you triple the sections to result in 27.

Since you are dealing with cubic dimensions you would refer to the units as 27cm^3

(If you were simply dealing with 2 dimensions, such as 3x3, it would be 9cm^2)

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