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cbrusoe

  • 4 years ago

Tyler has two fish tanks in the shape of rectangular prisms. Each of the sides of the second fish tank is 6 times greater than the sides of the first fish tank. If Tyler fills both the fish tanks completely with water, the volume of water in the second fish tank will be Answer 216 times the volume of water in the first fish tank 6 times the volume of water in the first fish tank 36 times the volume of water in the first fish tank 12 times the volume of water in the first fish tank

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  1. Hero
    • 4 years ago
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    The answer to this is simpler than you think

  2. cbrusoe
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    six times the volume of the first?

  3. Hero
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    actually, to correctly solve this, just make up some numbers for the first prism, then increase the length of the sides of the second prism by 6 So it's actually 216 Volume of first prism = lwh Volume of second prism = 6l * 6w *6h = 216lwh

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