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f
How many boxes each with a volume of
170 cm
^{3}
can be put in a carton with a volume of 680 cm
^{3}
?
cc ff
A.
f
7
B.
f
5
C.
f
6
D.
f
4
f
D
View Solution Steps
Step 1: Number of boxes that can be placed in the carton = volume of the carton / volume of each box[Substitute the values.]=
680
170
Step 2: =
4
1
[Divide the numerator and the denominator by 170.]
Step 3: = 4[Write
4
1
as 4.]
Step 4: Number of boxes that can be placed in the carton is 4.
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