7. Geometry

A tank has a length of $7$7 m, width of $2$2 m and depth of $6$6 m.

Find the volume of the tank in m^{3}.

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Less than a minute

Find the maximum volume of water this aquarium can hold.

Consider the cube with a volume $27$27 cm^{3}.

Find the length of the rectangular prism with volume $162$162 cm^{3}, width $6$6 cm and height $3$3 cm.

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