# Cuboid - edges

The cuboid has dimensions in ratio 4: 3: 5, the shortest edge is 12 cm long. Find:

(A) the lengths of the remaining edges,

(B) the surface of the cuboid,

(C) the volume of the cuboid

(A) the lengths of the remaining edges,

(B) the surface of the cuboid,

(C) the volume of the cuboid

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