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GeometryElementary Geometry for College StudentsAs in Exercise 39, find the volume of the box if four congruent squares with sides of length 6 in. are cut from the corners of a rectangular piece of poster board that is 20 in. wide by 30 in. long. Kristine creates an open box by cutting congruent squares from the four corners of a square piece of cardboard that has a length of 24 in. per side. If the congruent squares that are removed have sides that measure 6 in. each, what is the volume of the box formed by folding and sealing the flaps?BuyFind*arrow_forward*

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Chapter 9.1, Problem 40E

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As in Exercise 39, find the volume of the box if four congruent squares with sides of length 6 in. are cut from the corners of a rectangular piece of poster board that is 20 in. wide by 30 in. long.

Kristine creates an open box by cutting congruent squares from the four corners of a square piece of cardboard that has a length of 24 in. per side. If the congruent squares that are removed have sides that measure 6 in. each, what is the volume of the box formed by folding and sealing the flaps?

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