Lateral Surface Area of Cube given Space Diagonal Solution

STEP 0: Pre-Calculation Summary
Formula Used
Lateral Surface Area of Cube = 4/3*Space Diagonal of Cube^2
LSA = 4/3*dSpace^2
This formula uses 2 Variables
Variables Used
Lateral Surface Area of Cube - (Measured in Square Meter) - Lateral Surface Area of Cube is the quantity of plane enclosed by all the lateral surfaces (that is, top and bottom faces are excluded) of the Cube.
Space Diagonal of Cube - (Measured in Meter) - Space Diagonal of Cube is the distance from any corner to the opposite and farthest corner of the Cube.
STEP 1: Convert Input(s) to Base Unit
Space Diagonal of Cube: 17 Meter --> 17 Meter No Conversion Required
STEP 2: Evaluate Formula
Substituting Input Values in Formula
LSA = 4/3*dSpace^2 --> 4/3*17^2
Evaluating ... ...
LSA = 385.333333333333
STEP 3: Convert Result to Output's Unit
385.333333333333 Square Meter --> No Conversion Required
385.333333333333 385.3333 Square Meter <-- Lateral Surface Area of Cube
(Calculation completed in 00.004 seconds)
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Lateral Surface Area of Cube given Total Surface Area and Edge Length
Lateral Surface Area of Cube = Total Surface Area of Cube-2*Edge Length of Cube^2
Lateral Surface Area of Cube given Circumscribed Cylinder Radius
Lateral Surface Area of Cube = 8*Circumscribed Cylinder Radius of Cube^2
Lateral Surface Area of Cube given Surface to Volume Ratio
Lateral Surface Area of Cube = 4*(6/Surface to Volume Ratio of Cube)^(2)
Lateral Surface Area of Cube given Inscribed Cylinder Radius
Lateral Surface Area of Cube = 16*Inscribed Cylinder Radius of Cube^2
Lateral Surface Area of Cube given Circumsphere Radius
Lateral Surface Area of Cube = 16/3*Circumsphere Radius of Cube^2
Lateral Surface Area of Cube given Total Surface Area
Lateral Surface Area of Cube = 2/3*Total Surface Area of Cube
Lateral Surface Area of Cube given Midsphere Radius
Lateral Surface Area of Cube = 8*Midsphere Radius of Cube^2
Lateral Surface Area of Cube given Insphere Radius
Lateral Surface Area of Cube = 16*Insphere Radius of Cube^2
Lateral Surface Area of Cube given Space Diagonal
Lateral Surface Area of Cube = 4/3*Space Diagonal of Cube^2
Lateral Surface Area of Cube given Face Perimeter
Lateral Surface Area of Cube = Face Perimeter of Cube^(2)/4
Lateral Surface Area of Cube given Perimeter
Lateral Surface Area of Cube = 4*(Perimeter of Cube/12)^(2)
Lateral Surface Area of Cube given Face Diagonal
Lateral Surface Area of Cube = 2*Face Diagonal of Cube^2
Lateral Surface Area of Cube
Lateral Surface Area of Cube = 4*Edge Length of Cube^2
Lateral Surface Area of Cube given Volume
Lateral Surface Area of Cube = 4*Volume of Cube^(2/3)
Lateral Surface Area of Cube given Face Area
Lateral Surface Area of Cube = 4*Face Area of Cube

Lateral Surface Area of Cube given Space Diagonal Formula

Lateral Surface Area of Cube = 4/3*Space Diagonal of Cube^2
LSA = 4/3*dSpace^2

What is a Cube?

A Cube is a symmetric, closed three dimensional shape having 6 identical square shaped faces. It has 8 corners, 12 edges and 6 faces. And each corner is shared by 3 faces and each edge is shared by 2 faces of the Cube. In other way, a rectangular box in which length, breadth and height are numerically equal is called a Cube. That equal measurement is called the edge length of the Cube. Also Cube is a Platonic solid.

What is difference between Cube and Cuboid?

The key difference between Cube and Cuboid is: a Cube has six square-shaped faces of the same size but a Cuboid has rectangular faces. Although both Cube and Cuboid looks the same in structure they have a few different properties based on edge-length, diagonals and faces.

How to Calculate Lateral Surface Area of Cube given Space Diagonal?

Lateral Surface Area of Cube given Space Diagonal calculator uses Lateral Surface Area of Cube = 4/3*Space Diagonal of Cube^2 to calculate the Lateral Surface Area of Cube, Lateral Surface Area of Cube given Space Diagonal formula is defined as the quantity of plane enclosed by all the lateral surfaces (that is, top and bottom faces are excluded) of the Cube, and calculated using the space diagonal of the Cube. Lateral Surface Area of Cube is denoted by LSA symbol.

How to calculate Lateral Surface Area of Cube given Space Diagonal using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Lateral Surface Area of Cube given Space Diagonal, enter Space Diagonal of Cube (dSpace) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Lateral Surface Area of Cube given Space Diagonal calculation can be explained with given input values -> 385.3333 = 4/3*17^2.

FAQ

What is Lateral Surface Area of Cube given Space Diagonal?
Lateral Surface Area of Cube given Space Diagonal formula is defined as the quantity of plane enclosed by all the lateral surfaces (that is, top and bottom faces are excluded) of the Cube, and calculated using the space diagonal of the Cube and is represented as LSA = 4/3*dSpace^2 or Lateral Surface Area of Cube = 4/3*Space Diagonal of Cube^2. Space Diagonal of Cube is the distance from any corner to the opposite and farthest corner of the Cube.
How to calculate Lateral Surface Area of Cube given Space Diagonal?
Lateral Surface Area of Cube given Space Diagonal formula is defined as the quantity of plane enclosed by all the lateral surfaces (that is, top and bottom faces are excluded) of the Cube, and calculated using the space diagonal of the Cube is calculated using Lateral Surface Area of Cube = 4/3*Space Diagonal of Cube^2. To calculate Lateral Surface Area of Cube given Space Diagonal, you need Space Diagonal of Cube (dSpace). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Space Diagonal of Cube and hit the calculate button. You can also select the units (if any) for Input(s) and the Output as well.
How many ways are there to calculate Lateral Surface Area of Cube?
In this formula, Lateral Surface Area of Cube uses Space Diagonal of Cube. We can use 14 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
• Lateral Surface Area of Cube = 4*Volume of Cube^(2/3)
• Lateral Surface Area of Cube = 2*Face Diagonal of Cube^2
• Lateral Surface Area of Cube = 4*Edge Length of Cube^2
• Lateral Surface Area of Cube = 2/3*Total Surface Area of Cube
• Lateral Surface Area of Cube = 4*Face Area of Cube
• Lateral Surface Area of Cube = Face Perimeter of Cube^(2)/4
• Lateral Surface Area of Cube = 16*Inscribed Cylinder Radius of Cube^2
• Lateral Surface Area of Cube = 16*Insphere Radius of Cube^2
• Lateral Surface Area of Cube = 16/3*Circumsphere Radius of Cube^2
• Lateral Surface Area of Cube = 8*Circumscribed Cylinder Radius of Cube^2
• Lateral Surface Area of Cube = 8*Midsphere Radius of Cube^2
• Lateral Surface Area of Cube = 4*(6/Surface to Volume Ratio of Cube)^(2)
• Lateral Surface Area of Cube = Total Surface Area of Cube-2*Edge Length of Cube^2
• Lateral Surface Area of Cube = 4*(Perimeter of Cube/12)^(2)
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