solid mensuration
If a match box has inside dimensions of 2 in. by 1 ¼ in. by 5/8 in., find the useful capacity of the box. The cover is made with open ends so that the box can slide into it, the fit being snug. If the match box and cover are made of thin slices of wood 1/22 in. thick, find the amount of wood used in one million boxes
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