# Box Dimensions

Pro Problems > Math > Geometry > Solids > Prisms and Cylinders## Box Dimensions

A box’s width is one more than its length, and its height is two less than its length. Its volume is 63 less than the cube of its length. What are the box’s dimensions?

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