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A chocolate company produces triangular chocolate bars. The length of the chocolate bar is

Moreover, the company uses a hexagonal-shaped plastic box to pack 24 chocolate bars together as shown in the figure below.

What is the volume of the hexagonal-shaped plastic box?

*I would like to apologize if I keep on editing the content of my problem. Originally, the question asked was to find the volume of the hexagonal shaped plastic box. In my opinion, I can only solved this if I will be able to find the volume of each triangular chocolate bars then multiply it by 24 (please correct me if my view was invalid). However, I am really having a hard time in solving for

*x*cm, and its cross section is an isosceles triangle. The length of the base side of the cross section is 3 cm, the height is*h*cm, and the two base angles are 50 degrees.Moreover, the company uses a hexagonal-shaped plastic box to pack 24 chocolate bars together as shown in the figure below.

What is the volume of the hexagonal-shaped plastic box?

*I would like to apologize if I keep on editing the content of my problem. Originally, the question asked was to find the volume of the hexagonal shaped plastic box. In my opinion, I can only solved this if I will be able to find the volume of each triangular chocolate bars then multiply it by 24 (please correct me if my view was invalid). However, I am really having a hard time in solving for

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