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 2 years ago
The height of an equilateral triangular prism increases by four units. The new volume is more than the original by how much?
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four more than the the area of the base
four more than the length of the height
four times the length of the height
four times the area of the base
 2 years ago
The height of an equilateral triangular prism increases by four units. The new volume is more than the original by how much? Answer four more than the the area of the base four more than the length of the height four times the length of the height four times the area of the base

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AnimalAin
 2 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.2The volume of any prism is the area of the base times the height. If the height is increased by four, the volume is increased by four times the area of the base.
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