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A hall is a hollow cube and holds 74088 cube m. of air. Find the length of the hall.

Hello, Khushi.

The volume of a cube is found by multiplying length x width x height. All of these dimensions are the same for a cube.

So, to figure out the length of the hall, simply take the cube root of 74088. What number cubed (multiplied by itself three times) gives you 74088? To solve this quickly, take 74088 to the exponent 1/3, or .333333333333.

Answer: 42 meters.

Hope this helps.

Regards,

John

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