96.33 A solution to the quartic equation

@article{Yacoub20129633AS,
  title={96.33 A solution to the quartic equation},
  author={Michel Daoud Yacoub and Gustavo Fraidenraich},
  journal={The Mathematical Gazette},
  year={2012},
  volume={96},
  pages={271 - 275}
}
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Let m be a positive integer. Six rectangular boxes (one is illustrated in Figure 1), each with dimensions m x m x 1, and so with equal volumes m, can be assembled as Figure 3 illustrates, into a

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