Dimensions of 100 kilogram gold box?
Gold has a density of 19.3 so 100 kg has a volume of:
about 100 / 19.3 = 5.18 (dm3)
So a cube weighing 100 kg will have a side the third root of 5.18 ( in decimeters) or 1.73 which is 173 millimeters or about 6.8 inches
(So those movies where they grab bags of gold coins or briefcases full of gold bullion - you know its not real gold!)
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You cut out 1 side of the box!! Fold the side you cut out into a thing that looks like a peice of gold. Then get a gold colour and colour the thing that looks like a peice of gold. Then put the fake peice of gold into the rest of the box the leprechaun should look at the fake peice of gold and run into the box!!!
We can't tell without more information. All we know is that when all three dimensions (length in ft, width in ft, height in ft) are multiplied together, the result is 1.2 We're not even so sure of that much, since you haven't told us that the box is a rectangular solid, i.e. all of its inside angles are right angles. It could be a hat-box or pill-box; then, it only has 2 dimensions.
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