what are the side lengths of 2 different cubes that are 35cm and 42cm?

what is the ratio of the volume of the smaller ot the volume of the larger in simplest from?

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- February 7th 2011, 12:27 AMKarpiinskiCubes - sidelengths and ratios.
what are the side lengths of 2 different cubes that are 35cm and 42cm?

what is the ratio of the volume of the smaller ot the volume of the larger in simplest from? - February 7th 2011, 02:17 AMemakarov
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what are the side lengths of 2 different cubes that are 35cm and 42cm?

- February 7th 2011, 04:01 AMCaptainBlack
- February 7th 2011, 11:37 AMJman115
I am assuming that 35 and 42 are the volumes of these cubes? A piece of info you left out.

**Ratio**

So their ratio would be 35:42 which can be reduced.

**Side Lengths**

Since they are cubes, all the sides are equal.

So find the cube root of 35, and the cube root of 42 and you should have their side lengths.

Cube root means that number that you multipy by itself 3 times to get the volume.

x • x • x = 35

x • x • x = 42