anonymous
  • anonymous
The volumes of two similar solids are 125 cm^3 and 1,000 cm^3. the surface area of the smaller solid is 150cm^2. what is the surface area of the larger solid?
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jhonyy9
  • jhonyy9
because 125x8=1000 - so i think that the surface area of the larger solid will be grater with 8x and equal 8x150=1200 cm*2
anonymous
  • anonymous
Thats not even one of the answers

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