Q: There are 16 cubic boxes of erasers in a case what are all the possible dimensions?

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1 x 10, 2 x 5.

The dimensions of the case will depend on the dimensions of the individual boxes. Volume alone does not provide enough information to determine the dimensions since a cubic foot box can be 1 ft x 1 ft x 1 ft, or it can be 1 in x 1 in x 144 ft. The latter is unlikely but it illustrates how poorly specified the problem is.

You can't convert cubic inches to inches. You can find possible dimensions of the container, if that's what you are looking for. If it is a cube, each side is 12 inches long.

Comparing the volume of different boxes is as simple as comparing the volume measure of the boxes. A first step would be to measure the dimensions of all the boxes. The investigator would want to insure that all the boxes under consideration have their volumes set down in the same units. If cubic inches is desired, measure each boxes' length, width and height in inches. Then calculate volumes in inches3 (cubic inches) to insure "fair" comparison. Lastly, simply list or arrange them from largest to smallest or the other way around.Just mutiply lenghhxwidthxheight

Each of the three dimensions are 12.97430823 inches

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1 x 10, 2 x 5.

Cubic feet measure volume. It is not possible to measure the number of feet in cubic feet. Cubic feet are in three dimensions. Feet are in one dimension. (And square feet are in two dimensions.)

5 x 7 x 15

The dimensions of the case will depend on the dimensions of the individual boxes. Volume alone does not provide enough information to determine the dimensions since a cubic foot box can be 1 ft x 1 ft x 1 ft, or it can be 1 in x 1 in x 144 ft. The latter is unlikely but it illustrates how poorly specified the problem is.

There are an infinite variety of shapes and dimensions that one cubic foot of space can have.

The density of erasers can vary depending on the material they are made of. On average, the density of erasers made of rubber or synthetic materials is around 1.1 to 1.5 grams per cubic centimeter.

You can't convert cubic inches to inches. You can find possible dimensions of the container, if that's what you are looking for. If it is a cube, each side is 12 inches long.

Comparing the volume of different boxes is as simple as comparing the volume measure of the boxes. A first step would be to measure the dimensions of all the boxes. The investigator would want to insure that all the boxes under consideration have their volumes set down in the same units. If cubic inches is desired, measure each boxes' length, width and height in inches. Then calculate volumes in inches3 (cubic inches) to insure "fair" comparison. Lastly, simply list or arrange them from largest to smallest or the other way around.Just mutiply lenghhxwidthxheight

That is related to the fact that space has 3 dimensions.

If those dimensions are feet, that's 2853.125 cubic feet. If those dimensions are inches, that's 1.65 cubic feet.

The dimensions.

It depends on two things: It depends on the units of measurement used for the boxes which you have chosen not to give. If each box is 14 ft x 21 ft x 10 ft then none will fit. Second, it depends on the dimensions of the cubic yard. If the boxes are 14 inches x 21 inches x 10 inches, and the cubic yard measures 9 inches x 9 inches x 21.33... inches not a single box will fit. The cubic yard is simply too long and narrow.