Math
posted by Isami on .
Find the dimensions of a box that will held twice as many cubes as a box that is 2 by 6 by 4...Find the volume of original box..(2) Find the volume of the new box..(3) find the dimensions of new box...

The original box has a volume of 48 cubic whatevers. (You have not said wnat your length dimensions are. That becomes the "whatever")
(2) The new box will have a volume of 96 cubic whatevers.
(3) There is no single way to create a box with twice the volume of the first box. You could, for example, double any one of the length dimensions and leave the other two the same. 
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