Posted by **MIKE** on Saturday, May 17, 2008 at 1:36am.

I NEED SOME HELP HERE I HAVE NO CLUE ON HOW TO DO THIS AND WAS WONDERING IF THERE WAS ANYONE OUT THERE THAT NEW HOW TO DO THIS?

HOW MANY CUBIC FEET OF WAREHOUSE IS NEESED TO STORE 200 BOXES WHICH ARE EACH 16 INCHES BY 8 INCHES BY 10 INCHES TO THE NEAREST FOOT

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**drwls**, Saturday, May 17, 2008 at 2:30am
Multiply 200 by the volume of each box.

To get the volume of one box, you either can multiply Length x Width x Height (with each in feet), or get it in cubic inches (16x8x10=__in^3) and divide by 1728 in^3/ft^3 to get cubic feet.

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