# If the surface area of a cube is 384 square feet,what is its volume?

Volume

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To find the volume of the cube, you can use the formula: Volume = side length^3.

Given that the surface area of the cube is 384 square feet, you can find the side length by using the formula for the surface area of a cube: Surface Area = 6 * side length^2.

Solving for side length: 384 = 6 * side length^2 => side length^2 = 384 / 6 => side length^2 = 64 => side length = √64 => side length = 8 feet

Now, plug the side length into the formula for volume: Volume = side length^3 Volume = 8^3 Volume = 512 cubic feet.

Therefore, the volume of the cube is 512 cubic feet.

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