Question

# A suitcase has a dimension of 4 × 6 × 7 feet. If the clothing that goes inside of it has a total volume of 160 cubic feet, will there be enough room to fit all of the clothing?

- Yes, there will be 8 cubic feet left
- Yes, there will be 168 cubic feet left
- No, there will not be enough room in the suitcase
- Yes, the clothing is the same volume as the suitcase

Hint:

### Volume is a measure of occupied three-dimensional space.

## The correct answer is: Yes, there will be 8 cubic feet left

### A suitcase has a dimension of 4 × 6 × 7 feet

V= 168

If the clothing that goes inside of it has a total volume of 160 cubic feet.

168 – 160 = 8

Yes, there will be 8 cubic feet left.

Hence, the correct option is A.

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