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anonymous

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I have a multi step problem and i have no idea how to do it. the first part is Find all possible dimensions (length (l), width (w), and height (h)) for boxes that will hold exactly 160 one-inch cubes.

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    or how do i even start to figure this out?

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    SHEPARD

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    Can you help me with my problem? How do i find the possible dimensions for the box? The box will hold 160 one inch cubes.

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