**The surface area of a cube can be found by finding the length of any of the cube's edges, then multiplying that length by itself, then multiplying its product by six.** This equation can be written as A=6e^2, where e stands for the length of any of the cube's edges.

The surface area of any polyhedron is found by taking the area of each face and adding them all together. A cube is a special kind of rectangular prism in which each face is a square, meaning that every face has the same area. The cube is the only regular hexahedron, or six-sided regular polyhedron.