## Please help me it’s overdue The surface area A of a cube is equal to the sum on the areas of the 6 square faces that form the cu

Question

The surface area A of a cube is equal to the sum on the areas of the 6 square faces that form the cube. If each face has side length s, then the formula A=6s2 can be used to find the surface area of a cube. The surface area of the cube shown is 1944 units2. What is the value of x?

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1 month 2021-12-26T10:35:40+00:00 1 Answer 0 views 0

Step-by-step explanation:

Given that,

The surface Area of a cube is equal to the sum of the 6 Square faces

And each side has a length of ‘s’

Formula to calculate the surface area is

A = 6s²

Given that the surface area is 1944 units²

It is a straight forward question,

The questions already gave us the formula for area of a cube and which is 6s² and the question said that if the area is 1944 unit², find ‘s’

So,

A = 1944

6s² = 1944

s² = 1944 / 6

s² = 324

s = √324

s = 18 units

So, the value of s- is 18 units