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What is the surface area of a cube measuring 4 cm on an edge?

A. 64 cm squared
B. 48 cm squared
C. 16 cm squared
D. 96 cm squared
E. 128 cm squared
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What is the surface area of a cube measuring 4 cm on an edge?

A. 64 cm squared
B. 48 cm squared
C. 16 cm squared
D. 96 cm squared
E. 128 cm squared


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