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true or false A one-story building, having dimensions of 80 ft. x 50 ft. x 20 ft. high, encloses a volume of 8000 cubic feet, and has a floor space of 400 square feet.

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80 * 50 * 20 = ? cubic feet

80 * 50 = ? square feet in floor.

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