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Homework Help: volume

Posted by carly on Sunday, January 23, 2011 at 11:23pm.

Jasmine is a manufacturing engineer who is trying to find out if she can use a 20-inch-by-12 inch sheet of cardboard and a 15-inch-by-16-inch sheet of cardboard to make boxes with the same height and volume. Is such a pair of boxes possible?

Please give mathematical proof.

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