The length of a box is five meters less than twice the width. The height is 4 meters more than three times the width. The box has a volume of 520 cubic meters. Which of the following equations can be used to find the height of the box?

a. W(2L – 5) (3H + 4) = 520
b. W(2W + 5) (3W – 4) = 520
c. W(2W – 5) (3W – 4) = 520
d. W(2W – 5) (3W + 4) = 520

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2016-06-14T10:45:50+08:00
Let Width: W
      Length: 2W - 5 (5 meters less than twice the width)
      Height: 3W + 4 (4 meters more that three times the width)

Volume:
(Width) (Length) (Height) = Volume

Substitute:
W (2w - 5)(3W + 4) = 520

ANSWER: d. 
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