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a steel cargo container is shaped like a cube measuring 5.2ft on each edge. How much steel is needed to make this container?

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    Area of each side = 5.2^2

    There are six sides.

    5.2^2 * 6 = ?

    However, you will still need to calculate the thickness of the steel sheets being used.

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