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A glass vase weighs 0.33 lb. How much does a similarly shaped vase of the same glass weigh if each dimension is 5 times as large? a. 1.65 lb b. 41.25 lb c 8.25 lb d. 206.25 lb If someone could show how they did it I would appreciate it as well.

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    well the volume would be 5^3 times as large, and assuming weight or mass is increases proportionately to volume then larger vase weighs 0.33*125 = 41.25

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    Thanks. I understand it now.

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