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Please help me!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    If side length is scaled up by "m" then perimeter is scaled up by m area by m^2 volume by m^3 @Faman39 could you try now?

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    Thank you, ok i will try it :)

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    But i still half forget to solve it

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    Ok, I'll give you an example I scale side by 2 Perimeter=2 Area=2^2=4 Volume =2^3=8

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    12 would be B right? tell me if i m getting, right or wrong?

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    side scaled by 12 perimeter will be scaled by 12

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    So D would be the = 24

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    Am i right with it? @ash2326

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    @Faman39 take 6 side is scaled by 6 so perimeter will be scaled by 6 area will be scaled by 6^2=36 volume will be scaled by 6^3=216 Now see the available options and match them

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    Ok thank you sooooooooooo much @ash2326 , i will try to understand rest, thanks so much for helping me alot :)

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    Do you get this?

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    Yes, i m getting bit better than b4 :) thanks alot

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