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we have a cube shaped box with a volume of 125 cubic centimeters. what is the least amount of wrapping paper you would need to wrap the box?

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    125 = 5 * 5 * 5, so each side is 5 cm.

    The cube has 6 sides, each 5 by 5 cm.

    You should be able to solve it from this.

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