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How many cubed pieces of fudge that are 3 units on an edge can be packed into a Christmas tin that is 9 units deep by 12 units wide by 9 units high with the lid still being able to be closed?
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This is volume of Christmas tin minus volume of cubed piece,

(9 x 12 x 9)/(3 x 3 x 3)

= 972 units^3/27 units^3

= 36 cubed pieces
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