How do you solve this problem?
1. A candy factory needs a box with a volume of 420 cubic inches. The height should be 2 inches less than the width and the length is 5 inches greater than the width. What are the dimensions of the box?
If w represents the measurements of the width, which of the following mathematical model satisfy the condition of the above problem?
A. (w-2)(w+5)(w) = 420 B. (w+2)(w-5)(w) = 420
C. (w+2)(w+5)(w) = 420 D. (w-2)(w-5)(w) = 420
2. How wide is the box?
A. 3 inches B. 5 inches C. 7 inches D. 9 inches
3. How high is the box?
A. 5 inches B. 6 inches C. 7 inches D. 8 inches
4. How long is the box?
A. 12 inches B. 14 inches C. 16 inches D. 18 inches
5. What are the dimensions of the box? (Follow V = LWH)
A. 15 in by 12 in by 5 in B. 18 in by 8 in by 12 in
C. 12 in by 3 in by 7 in D. 12 in by 7 in by 5 in