Calculate the volume of rectangular piece of cardboard, Mathematics

1. A rectangular piece of cardboard measuring 15 inches by 24 inches is to be made into a box with an open top by cutting equal size squares from each comer and folding up the sides.

Let x represent the length of a side of each such square, For what value of x will the volume be a maximum? If necessary, round to 2 decimal places.

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