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## GMAT Question of the Day

###### October 09, 2009

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**Today's Practice GMAT Question:**

The dimensions of a rectangular solid are 4 inches, 5 inches, and 8 inches. If a cube, a side of which is equal to one of the dimensions of the rectangular solid, is placed entirely within the rectangular solid, what the ratio of the volume of the cube to the volume within the rectangular solid that is not occupied by the cube? | |

(A) | 2:3 |

(B) | 2:5 |

(C) | 5:16 |

(D) | 25:7 |

(E) | 32:25 |

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