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how much greater is the volume of a cube when only the height is multiplied by 5 while the width and length remain the same

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  1. Mertsj
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    The original volume is length times width times height V = lwh Now we multiply the height by 5 so the height is 5h and the volume is V=lw(5h) If we compare 5lwh with lwh would you not agree the 5lwh is 5 times as much?

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