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mandy used a square card board to make an open box by cutting small squares from its corners and then bending the sides.The lenght of the side of the the card board used 60cm.question How would you represent the lenght of the sideof the box formed

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    It will depend upon how high (h) you make the sides of the box.

    The box side length would be 60 - 2h

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