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a rectangular box is 2 cm high, 4cm wide and 6 cm deep. Michelle packs the box with cubes, each 2 cm by 2cm by 2cm, with no space left over. How many cubes does she fit in the box?

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  1. 1 * 2 * 3 = 6 cubes

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  2. 6

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