The image above is a cube.

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

The formula for calculating the volume of a cube is;

V = l^{3}

Where;

V = Volume of a cube

l = Length of a cube

Let’s solve an example:

Find the volume of a cube where the length of a cube is 4 cm.

This implies that;

l = length of the cube = 4 cm.

V = l^{3}

V = 4^{3}

V = 64 cm^{3}

Therefore, the **volume of the cube** is **64 cm ^{3}**

**Calculating the Length of a cube using the Volume of the cube.**

The formula is l = ^{3}√V

Where;

V = Volume of a cube

l = length of a cube

Let’s solve an example:

Find the length of a cube where the volume of the cube is 120 cm^{3}

This implies that;

V = Volume of the cube = 120 cm^{3}

l = ^{3}√V

l = ^{3}√120

l = 4.93

Therefore, the **length of the cube** is **4.93 cm.**