Directions: Using the digits 1 through 9, at most one time each, fill in the boxes to create 2 rectangular prisms so the volume of one rectangular prism is double the volume of the other rectangular prism.
Hint: How can we find the volume of a rectangular prism? What does it mean for one quantity to be double another’s?
Challenge: There are many possible solutions to this puzzle. How many can you come up with?
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Focus on multiple meaning words: There is more than one definition for the word ‘trip’. Can you think of at least two different meanings of the word ‘trip’ using complete sentences.
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