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Help!?!?These two rectangular prisms are similar. Find the volume of the larger rectangular prism

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If two solids are similar, the cube of their scale factor is equal to the ratio of their volumes. In this problem, 4/12 or 1/3 is the scale factor.
The cube of (1/3) = 24/V where V is the volume of the larger prism.

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(1/3)^3 = 24/V Solve the equation for V.
@not_so_smart Question?
I got 192cm3 but that's wrong. Whats the answer so I can work the steps backwards? thanks
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@not_so_smart What equation did you use to get 192cm3 ?
(1/3)^3 = 24/V 1/27 = 24/V Cross multiply: V = 27 * 24 V = ? @not_so_smart Just multiply those two numbers.
648? I think i get it now. Thank u. It helped to do it backwards.
Yes, you are welcome.
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