A cube is a 3 dimensional figure with six matching square sides. IF "a" is the length of one of its sides, then the volume of the cube is a3=a×a×a. A cube consists of 6 square shaped sides. Assuming that each length of a cube measures 3.2 cms, its volume is 32.768 cubic centimetres.

Volume determines how much space a space structure takes up. Volume is used to calculate a space figure in the same manner as an area is used to measure a plane figure. If the side length of a cube is 8, then the volume of the cube is 512 cubic centimetres.

Volume determines how much space a space structure takes up. Volume is used to calculate a space figure in the same manner as an area is used to measure a plane figure. If the side length of a cube is 8, then the volume of the cube is 512 cubic centimetres.