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posted by Cortez .
Basil the bumbling magician has done it again. Instead of pulling a rabbit out of a hat he pulled out rather smelly, ill tempered warthog. For now, he is keeping " Princess" in a cage with a volume of 27 cubic meters. If the sides are in whole meters only and the width is 3 meters, what are possible dimensions for the length and height?

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Ms. Sue
What a convoluted question!
The cube root of 27 is 3.
The cage could be 3 by 3 by 3.
It could be 3 by 1 by 9.
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