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# Jean puts N identical cubes, the sides of which are 1 inch long

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Jean puts N identical cubes, the sides of which are 1 inch long, inside a rectangular box, each side of which is longer than 1 inch, such that the box is completely filled with no gaps and no cubes left over. What is the value of N?

a) 56 < N < 63
b) N is a multiple of 3

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Jean puts N identical cubes, the sides of which are 1 inch long, inside a rectangular box, each side of which is longer than 1 inch, such that the box is completely filled with no gaps and no cubes left over. What is the value of N?

a) 56 < N < 63
b) N is a multiple of 3

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