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For the upcoming holiday season, Dorothy wants to mold 20 bars of chocolate into tiny pyramids. Each bar of chocolate contains 6 cubic inches of chocolate. Dorothy plans to make chocolate pyramids with a square base of 1 square inch and a height of 2 inches. What is the largest number of pyramids she can make from the 20 bars of chocolate?

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