Solution: What is the longest dimension of parallelepiped whose dimension is in the ratio 1:3:4?

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What is the longest dimension of parallelepiped whose dimension is in the ratio 1:3:4?

Problem Statement:

A rectangular parallelepiped whose dimension is in the ratio 1:3:4. If the volume is 9000 cu.m. What is the longest dimension?

Problem Answer:

The longest dimension of parallelepiped whose dimension is in the ratio 1:3:4 is 36.34 m.

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