A cube is defined by only one value which is the length of its side. The internal angles always remain 90. So once you have the side, all other parameters of the cube inluding surface areas, volume, diagonals etc can be derived or alternatively once you have any of the other parameters the side can be derived. Straight D 5 sec answer.

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