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A landscaper is choosing a compost bin. He wants it to hold exactly 12 cubic feet of compost. Using whole numbers only, how many different sizes can he choose from?

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    assuming rectangular box
    1*1*2*2*3 = 12
    so
    1*1*12
    1*2*6
    1*3*4
    2*2*3

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    What about 1x2x6 or 2x3x2? Could be more or just four like you said.

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