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A storage area measures 15.6 feet by 10.2 feet by 8.5 feet. If it is 1/3 full, how many cubic feet of storage space remains (rounded to the nearest cubic foot)?

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    2/3 (15.6 * 10.2 * 8.5) = ?

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    1476.75 cubic ft

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