Q: Will suitcase 28' high 18 9 fit 62 linear inches?

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16 columns exactly fit into the measurement of 56 inches.

It all depends on the other dimensions of the suitcase and also of the trunk. To illustrate this I am going to use some unlikely dimensions. But they should show that you cannot give a proper answer with only partial information. Suppose the 22" suitcase has a height of 8 inches. Suppose the 9 cubic foot trunk has dimensions 36 feet*6inches*6inches ie a long narrow trunk. Then you will not get even a single suitcase in.

3.6 feet (not fit!) equals 43.2 inches

No, I don't think that would fit the definition of a linear function.

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you can fit 107 dollars in a suitcase

It depends on the size of the suitcase.

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Most airlines place hard-and-fast restrictions on what size luggage they'll allow on their planes. While it can vary a bit, they tend to be around 9 inches x 14 inches x 22 inches. If in doubt, call the airline direct!

I usually fit them 40 inches high.

Yes it should fit at a diagonal with almost a 2 inch clearance. A right triangle with legs 78 inches and 36 inches has a hypotenuse of 85.9 inches.

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You would reduce the drawing by a scale factor of 3/4.5 or 2/3 to fit a newspaper ad that is 3 inches high.

16 columns exactly fit into the measurement of 56 inches.

I fit all shower heads 72 inches from floor .

The product is 21.6 inches long, 29 inches high,and 20.75 inches wide.

No, assuming that the suitcase can be no bigger then 25ft3(Which is massive 5x5x5 ft) then 1 million USD in $1 bills will not fit. The volume of 1 million $1 bills stacked neatly would have a volume of 39.88ft3.