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Raymond wants to make a box that has a volume of 360 cubic inches. He wants the height to be 10 inches and the other two dimensions to be whole numbers of inches. How many different sized boxes can he make?

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  1. 360 = 10*36
    The factors of 36 are
    1,2,3,4,6,9,12,18,36

    Pair them up to get your answer.

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  2. The answer is 9

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  3. 5 boxes

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  4. Raymond wants to make a box that has a volume of 360 cubic inches.He wants the height to be 10 inches and the other two dimensions to be whole numbers of inches.How many different-sized boxes can he make?

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  5. The answer is 5, because the factors of 36=1,2,3,4,6,9,12,18,36. You can pair these up in 2's to get the Lengths and the widths. Then you would put 10 as the height to make all the products into 360.

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  6. 9 because there is 9 factors of 360 that are also factors of 10
    😃😊 hope that helped.

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  7. Wants to make a box that has a volume of 360 cubic inches. He wants the height to be 10 inches and the other two dimen?????

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