# Math

A company makes concrete bricks that are shaped like rectangular prisms. Each brick is
6
inches long,
3
inches wide, and
2
inches tall. How much concrete will they need to make
1800
bricks?

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1. each brick has a volume of (6)(3)(2) inches^3
or 36 cubic inches

so 1800 bricks would be 64,800 cubic inches

you did not specify which units, so
1 cubic foot = 12^3 or 1728 cubic ft
1 cubic yard = 27 cubic ft

use the above to convert to whichever units you need.

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