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Xenia wants to stuff a cube-shaped footstool that measures 10.25 inches on all edges. What is a good estimate of the number of cubic inches of foam peanuts that she will need?
a. just over 1,331 cubic inches
b. just over 1,000 cubic inches
c. just over 30 cubic inches
d. just over 33 cubic inches

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    since 10.25 is just over 10,
    and 10^3 = 1000, I'd say (b)

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