
A cubic box, X, has sides of length n. Another cubic box, Y, has sides of length 2n. How many boxes X could fit into a single box Y?
The volume of Y is equal to (2n)^{3} = 8n^{3}. The volume of X is equal to n^{3}. Sorry, but this feature does not work in your country because it is blocked by your country's firewall. 