For people who are learning geometry, this video will show you how to simply find the volume of a cube. This video provides the formula as well as some basic examples in order to get you started in finding the volume. The formula for the volume of a cube is the length of one side of a square^3. This is easy to remember since you are making a cube and all sides should be equal in length. By following the simple steps and by watching this video, you should be able to easily find the volume of a cube every time.
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