Q: What is the volume of a 6 inch square box?

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Volume of cube = 6*6*6 cubic inches. If the box is h inches high, volume of the box = 8*9*h cubic inches. So 6*6*6 = 8*9*h so h = 6*6*6/(8*9) = 3 inches.

4,800 6-inch square tiles.

288 6-inch tiles are needed.

The area of a 2 by 2 inch square is 4 square inches. The formula is length times width. Like 4 inch by 6 inch. 4 times 6 equals 24 square inches

You will get 36 pieces.

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Area = 6*6 = 36 square inches