Question

If the length of each edge of the cube shown in the figure is 4 inches, find the following.

(a) the length of diagonal *CH*.

*CH* =
in

(b) the length of diagonal*CF*.

*CF* =
in

(b) the length of diagonal

Step 1

Refer to the diagram in the question,

As mentioned the edge of the cube is 4 inches and we know that all the sides of the cube are equal. ...

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