# SOLUTION: The dimensions of a brick in inches are 2 by 4 by 9. How many such bricks are needed to have a total volume of exactly 2 cubic feet?

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 Question 135088: The dimensions of a brick in inches are 2 by 4 by 9. How many such bricks are needed to have a total volume of exactly 2 cubic feet?Answer by checkley77(12569)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!2*4*9=72 IN^3 A=S^3 2=S^3 S=CUBERT2 S=1.26 FT. 1.26*12=15.12 INCHES. 15.12^3=3456.65 IN^3 3456.65/72=48 BRICKS.