Under a staircase is a storage room, the shape of which is a prism
right having for base a right triangle. Its dimensions are:
Length: 7 m Height: 3 m Depth: 2 m
We want to place the largest cube possible in this storage room.
The diagram below is given as an example:
What is the volume of the largest cube that can be placed in this
storage room?
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The cube is constrained by the smallest dimension which is 2m. So the volume is 8 m³.

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