Algebra

How do the solutions of the equation compare to the length of the rectangular object and the x-intercept of the graph? Provide both the solutions and measurement.

x^3-10x^2+21x -108 = 0

Length: 9 inches
Height: 6 inches
Width: 2 inches

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