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# Calculate the maximum number of chocolates of size 2cmx3 cmx5 cm that can be kept in a rectangular box of dimensions 6cmx3cmx15 cm

- 9
- 8
- 7
- 10

Hint:

### Volume of cuboid = l b h

Where l is length , b is breadth, h is height.

We should divide the volume of box by volume of chocolate so that we will get the maximum number of chocolates in the box.

## The correct answer is: 9

### We are given that

Size of chocolate = 2cm 3cm 5cm

Size of box = 6cm 3cm 15cm

We have to find out the maximum number of chocolates that can be kept in the given box,

So, we can get our required answer by dividing Volume of box by volume of one soap.

Maximum number of chocolates = Volume of box / volume of one soap

Therefore, the correct option is a) 9.

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