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The volume of a hexagonal prism is 6square root 3 ft3. What is the height of the prism if the base area is 2square root 3 ft3? Answer 3square root 3ft 12 ft 18square root 3 ft 3 ft

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    for a prism V = base area x height so \[6\sqrt{3} = 2\sqrt{3} \times\] \[h = 6\sqrt{3}/2\sqrt{3}\] just evaluate to find the height

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    1st equations should be \[6\sqrt{3} = 2\sqrt{3} \times h\]

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    i got 3.00000000000001

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    so last answer right

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    yes the answer is 3 feet

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