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A circular clock has a radius of 3 feet. If the size of the clock is doubled, the area is.... a. doubled b. halved c. tripled d. quadrupuled

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is it A?
quadrupled. do you remember what i said on the perimeter question by accident? that applies to this :)

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oooh lol
duh. it says 'area' lol
yep, and since it's doubled, it would 2^2, or 4 times the original area
i get it thanks for the thousandth time lol
would be*
no problem :)
draw? plz?
thank u:)))
36/9 =
so anytime its area its quadrupuled?
no. anytime the dimensions are doubled, the area is quadrupled
ooh. mk
if the dimensions were tripled, the area would be 9 times the original area. 3^2
mk. tnx:)
and for volume, you would cube it
^2 every time?
if the dimensions were doubled, the volume would be 2^3 or 8 times the original
mhmm. mk.thanks:)

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