Two perpendicular lines through the center of a square divide the square into four congruent pieces, which consequently have equal areas. Three mutually perpendicular planes through the center of a cube divide the cube into eight pieces, but in general they will not be congruent or have equal volumes. This month's problem is to determine the maximum and minimum possible values for the volume of one of the pieces.

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