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posted by JOY .
I found the volume of six cubes to total 336 cubic inches.
How do I change the volume to surface area?
I need to find the Find the total Surface Area

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Reiny
six cubes = 336
one cube = 56
side of cube = (56)^(1/3)
area of one side = 56^(1/3)^2 = 56^(2/3)
each cube has six sides, so multiply by 6
but you have 6 cubes, so multiply by 6 again
final SA = 36(56^(2/3)) =
I will let you do the button pushing if you need a decimal answer.
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