- How do you find the length of a side of a cube from the volume?
- What would be the length in centimeters of one side of a cube that has a volume of one liter?
- What is the volume of 8 cubes?
- How do you find the length width and height of a cube when given the volume?
- What are the two methods for measuring volume?
- What is the volume of a large egg?
- How many mL is a medium egg?
- How many eggs is 2 tablespoons?
- How do you get 1/3 of an egg?
- What is half of 1/3 of a cup in tablespoons?
- What is 1/3 of a cup in tablespoons?
- What is third of a cup?
- How can I measure a tbsp?
- How can I measure a teaspoon without measuring spoons?
- What is a quarter of a tablespoon equal to in teaspoons?

## How do you find the length of a side of a cube from the volume?

Explanation: Since the volume of a cube is length times width times height, with every measurement being the same, we just need to take the cube root of the volume: . Rounded to the nearest tenth, the length is 3.5 feet.

## What would be the length in centimeters of one side of a cube that has a volume of one liter?

This very large volume is not very convenient for typical use in a chemistry laboratory. A liter (L) is the volume of a cube that measures 10 cm (1 dm) on each side. A liter is thus equal to both 1000 cm3 (10 cm × 10 cm × 10 cm) and to 1 dm3.

## What is the volume of 8 cubes?

Volume of a 8 Inch Cube

512 | cubic inches |
---|---|

0.29630 | cubic feet |

0.010974 | cubic yards |

0.0083902 | cubic meters |

8,390.2 | cubic centimeters |

## How do you find the length width and height of a cube when given the volume?

Units of Measure

- Volume = length x width x height.
- You only need to know one side to figure out the volume of a cube.
- The units of measure for volume are cubic units.
- Volume is in three-dimensions.
- You can multiply the sides in any order.
- Which side you call length, width, or height doesn’t matter.

## What are the two methods for measuring volume?

Volume will be measured in many ways in this course, but the units are usually milliliters (mL) or cubic centimeters (cm3). Methods for determining or delivering precise volumes include volumetric pipets and pycnometers; less precise methods include burets, graduated cylinders, and graduated pipets.

## What is the volume of a large egg?

approximately three tablespoons

## How many mL is a medium egg?

43 ml

## How many eggs is 2 tablespoons?

Egg Measurement Guide

Egg Measure | Imperial | Metric |
---|---|---|

5 large eggs | 1 cup | 250 mL |

1 large egg white | 2 tablespoons | 30 mL |

8-10 large egg whites | 1 cup | 250 mL |

1 large egg yolk | 1 tablespoon | 15 mL |

## How do you get 1/3 of an egg?

1 large egg is approx. 3 tablespoons. If you need 1/2 an egg, use 1 1/2 tablespoons. If you need 1/3 egg, use 1 tablespoon.

## What is half of 1/3 of a cup in tablespoons?

2 tablespoons

## What is 1/3 of a cup in tablespoons?

5

## What is third of a cup?

One third of ¾ cup is equivalent to ¼ cup. One third of 1 cup is equivalent to ⅓ cup. One third of 1 tbsp is equivalent to 1 tsp. One third of 1 tsp is equivalent to a heaping ¼ tsp.

## How can I measure a tbsp?

Use the tip of your thumb as a guide for measuring a tablespoon. As a general rule, the tip of your finger should measure about 1 teaspoon while the tip of your thumb should equal about a tablespoon. Hold your thumb next to whatever you are measuring to portion out a similar amount.

## How can I measure a teaspoon without measuring spoons?

3. Hand Comparisons

- 1/8 teaspoon = 1 pinch between thumb, index and middle fingers.
- 1/4 teaspoon = 2 pinches between thumb, index and middle fingers.
- 1/2 teaspoon = Cup your hand, pour a quarter sized amount in your palm.
- 1 teaspoon = Top joint of index finger.
- 1 tablespoon = Entire thumb.

## What is a quarter of a tablespoon equal to in teaspoons?

¾ teaspoons