# SOLUTION: What volume of wood remains if a 2-cm hole is bored out of a cube with edge lengths of 4 cm? I know to subtract the second volume from the first volume, but I can't figure out how

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 Click here to see ALL problems on Volume Question 266870: What volume of wood remains if a 2-cm hole is bored out of a cube with edge lengths of 4 cm? I know to subtract the second volume from the first volume, but I can't figure out how to get the volume. Can someone please help me ASAP? I'm so confused.Answer by rfer(12654)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!v=pir^2h v=3.14*1^2*4 v=12.56 cu cm ------------ v=s^3 v=4^3 v=64 cu cm ------------- 64-12.56=51.44 cu cm left