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We are asked to express the volume of the cube in cm^{3}

18.6 in^{3} → cm^{3}

**1 in = 2.54 cm**

**Covert units:**

*▪** Put units you need to cancel out on opposite places (if it’s in the numerator then put the conversion factor with the same unit in the denominator)*

*▪** always raise the units to the necessary number especially when dealing with volume, area, etc.*

A wooden block has a volume of 18.6 in^{3}. Express the volume of the cube in cm^{3}.

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