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The ratio of the heights of two similar rectangular prisms is 2:3. What is the ratio of their lateral areas? 8:27 2:5 4:9 1:0.33

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    If the ratio of two sides is x:y then the ratio of the surface areas is x^2:y^2

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    thank you

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    you're welcome

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    what ^ means

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    x^2 means \(\Large x^2\)

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    the ^ tells the next number to go up and become an exponent

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    oh ok lol

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    sry I should have been more clear, let me know what you get for the answer

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    so the correct answer is b

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    no

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    2^2 = ???

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    oh c

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    yes, 2^2 = 4 and 3^2 = 9 so if the sides are in ratio of 2:3, then the surface areas are in ratio of 4:9

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    thanks for the medal and hellp

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    you're welcome, you earned it by getting the correct answer and you hopefully see how to get it?

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