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What is the volume of air inside empty rectangular cuboid?

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What is the volume of air inside empty rectangular cuboid?

(1) Areas of two surfaces of the rectangular cuboid are 10 and 25.
(2) Length of one of the sides is 5 units.
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What is the volume of air inside empty rectangular cuboid?

1. Areas of two surfaces of the rectangular cuboid are 10 and 25.
2. Length of one of the sides is 5 units.


let the sides be l,b,h we need unique v= lbh

now
statement 1:
any combination may give the result i.e. areas 10 and 25 no unique info

INSUFFICIENT

statement 2:
only one side known rest two are unknown

INSUFFICIENT

1) and 2):

one of the side is 5 ; other may be 2, 12.5
one is 5 other may be 5, 2
hence its not unique

INSUFFICIENT

Hence E

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Re: What is the volume of air inside empty rectangular cuboid?  [#permalink]

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Statement 1: Areas of the two faces of the rectangular cuboid are 10 and 25. Only from this we can't determine the volume of the cuboid.

Not sufficient.

Statement 2: One of the dimension of the rectangular cuboid is 5 units. But we don't know about the other two dimensions.

Not sufficient.


1 & 2 Together: Different combinations are possible as any of the 3 dimensions (length, breadth, width) may be equal to 5 units. This will result in different volume.

Not sufficient.
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