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 The dimensions of a toy chest 2009-05-07 From charlotta:My son needs to find the 3 dimensions of a toy chest that has to have a volume of 24 cubic feet can you show how to get the answerAnswered by Penny Nom. A toy pyramid 2009-04-03 From Darah:Suppose you want to build a toy pyramid with a square base and a volume of 9000 cubic centimeters. What are the dimensions of a pyramid you might design? How many such pyramid designs are there?Answered by Stephen La Rocque. Making toys 2001-12-17 From Karen:Jonathan and Morgan are two of Santa's elves. Jonathan can make a toy in eleven hours. Morgan can make the same toy in nine hours. How long it take for both Jonathan and Morgan to make the toy if they were working together? Answered by Claude Tardif. Toy bricks 2001-05-13 From Sarah:A regular-sized brick weighs 4 kilograms. How much will a similar toy brick, made of the same material, but all of the same dimensions of which are four times smaller, weigh? The 300-metre tall Eiffel tower is made of steel and weighs 8 000 000 kg. An exact replica, made of the same material, weighs 1 kg. How high is the replica Answered by Penny Nom.

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