Answer :

Given,


External dimensions of box = 25cm×18cm×15cm


Thickness of wood = 2 cm


So, internal dimensions of box = (25-4) cm×(18-4) cm×(15-4) cm


= 21cm×14cm×11cm


Volume of liquid can place in it = 21 ×14×11 = 3234 cm3


Volume of wood use in it = external volume – internal volume


=


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