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Use this online calculator to calculate the volume of a cube. You can enter the length of one side of the cube or the diagonal length of the of the cube and the cube volume calculator will automatically calculate the volume of a cube based on either the length of side or cube diagonal measurement entered. The formula and computations for each calculations are displayed below the calculator so you can compare this to your own results.

Use this online calculator to calculate the volume of a cube. You can enter the length of one side of the cube or the diagonal length of the of the cube and the cube volume calculator will automatically calculate the volume of a cube based on either the length of side or cube diagonal measurement entered. The formula and computations for each calculations are displayed below the calculator so you can compare this to your own results.

Volume of Cube (Edge Length Formula Calculations) |
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v = a^{3}v = |

Volume of a Cube (Diagonal Length Formula Calculations) |

v = √3 × d^{3}/9v = × ^{3}/9v = × /9v = × v = |

Calculator Input Values |

Edge Length (a) |

Diagonal length (d) |

A cube is a three-dimensional solid object bounded by:

- Six square faces
- Six facets or sides with three meeting at each vertex.

The Volume of a Cube is calculated using the following equation:

- Width x Length x Height
- As the Width, Length and Height are all the same measurement for a cube, we simplyfy this to a
^{3}[with a being the length of one of the edges]

**Note:** Remember to use the same measurement unit for each dimension when calculating the volume of an object.

The volume of solid objects are measured in:

- cubic feet
- cubic meters
- cubic yards

The volume of liquids are measured in:

- litres
- quarts
- pints
- gallons

The online cube calculator below will automatically calculate the volume of the cube based on the measurement you enter.

You will also have a running total which builds as you enter new dimensions into the volume calculator.

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