# Math

Find the exact number of cubes measuring 3
Cm. on an edge that will fill a box shaped like a rectangular prism that measure 24 cm by 18 cm by 9 cm

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1. since each dimension is a multiple of the cube, then what is 24/3*18/3*9/3 ?

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