##### What

You’ll Learn

- What is the meaning of a\xa0cube?
- What are the various properties of\xa0a\xa0cube?
- What is the formula to calculate the total surface area\xa0of\xa0a\xa0cube?
- How to calculate the lateral surface area\xa0of\xa0a\xa0cube?
- What is the formula to calculate the volume\xa0of\xa0a\xa0cube?

### Requirements

- Basic knowledge of Algebra and Geometric\xa0concepts

### Description

1. What is the meaning of a cube?

2. What are the various properties of a cube?

3. What is the formula to calculate the total surface area of a cube?

4. How can we calculate the curved surface area of a cube?

5. How is a cube different from a cuboid?

6. What are some real world examples of cubes?

7. What is the formula to calculate the volume of a cube?

8. How many faces are there in a cube?

9. What is meant by an edge in a cube?

10. What is meant by a vertex in a cube?

11. How many vertices are there in a cube?

12. How many edges are there in a cube?

13. All the six faces of a cube are congruent. What does it mean?

14. How to calculate the total surface area of a cube when the value of a side length is given?

15. How to calculate the length of each side of a cube when the total surface area is given?

16. How can we calculate the the curved surface area of a cube when a side length is given?

17. How to calculate the volume of a cube with the help of a side length?

18. How can we calculate the cost of tiles which are to be affixed on the outer surface of the cubical water tank excluding the base when the length of outer edge of tank, side length of tile and cost of tile are given.

19. How to calculate whether cube or cuboid has greater lateral surface area when the value of edge of cubical box and length, width and height of cuboid are given?

20. How to calculate whether cube or cuboid has smaller total surface area when the value of edge of cubical box and length, width and height of cuboid are given?

### Who this course is for:

- Students and any individual who enjoys learning about various mathematical\xa0concepts