The image above is a cube with a length of 5.2 cm.

To compute the centre of gravity of a cube, one essential parameter is needed and this parameter is the **length of the cube** (l).

The formula for calculating the centre of gravity of a cube is:

C.G. = 0.5(l)

Where:

l = Length of the Cube

C.G. = Centre of Gravity

Let’s solve an example:

Find the centre of gravity of a cube where the length of a side of the cube is **5.2 cm**.

This implies that:

l = Length of the Cube = 5.2

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