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So what is the ratio of the lateral lines of two similar rectangular prisms with the ratio as 2:3?

8:27
2:5
4:9
1:0.33

Oh okay so the answer is 4:9?

Yes, sorry for answering the wrong question at first.

It's okay, I'm not good with math. All the numbers confuse me, wanna help me with another one? lol

lol, sure, why not?

So what do I need to do? haha o.O

You with me so far?

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like that? lol idk

Pretty much, except since the shapes need volume, they need to be 3D, not 2D.
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Okay so is that part 1? How do I do part 2?

What are the dimensions on the 2 small cubes for part 1?

How do I find the volume of each cube?

Actually, you've already correctly calculated the volume of each figure.

Volume = l*w*h
Area = l*w

See now i'm lost -_-

Thankfully, all similar rectangles have the same ratios between all of their surface areas.

I'm just getting more confused.....

Surface area should always have squared units, while volume should always have cubed units.