Pop box design
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Which holds more soda? Which box has less surface area? Why would this be important to the company that makes the boxes?


What is the smallest "block" of a certain dimension that could be made with either Pepsi or Coke?

No questions from this video, but could be changed to be interesting/leading more







Which box design is better suited for storage, transportation, being picked up by a consumer, etc?



How many of each case of soda can you stack before the slant in the floor causes the last case to slip off?



















Do the containers have the same volume/contain the same number of cans?





Which one uses more cardboard? (bonus question: Does Pepsi still call it a cube?)


What are the possible dimensions that would give each box the same volume?


which one serves more people? which one has more soda? which one is a better deal?

Is the volume of the two cases of soda equivalent since they each hold 12 cans?















What is the surface area of each box, such that the volume is 12 cans of soda?


What has a larger front area? I think that's the only dimension that sells.



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