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If two cardboard boxes occupy \(500\) cubic centimetres space, then how much space is required to keep \(200\) such boxes?
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If two cardboard boxes occupy \(500\) cubic centimetres space, then how much space is required to keep \(200\) such boxes?

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If the number of boxes increases, the space required to keep them also increases.
So, number of boxes increases is direct proportional to the space required.
Since, \(2\) cardboard boxes occupy space of \(500\) cubic centimetres.
Hence, \(1\) cardboard box occupy space of \(\frac{500}{2}=250\) cubic centimetres.
So, \(200\) boxes occupy space of \(250\times200=50000\) cubic centimetres.
Thus, the required space is \(50,000\) cubic centimetres.
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