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The volume of a prism is 45 yd3. What would change if the volume of the prism were measured in cubic feet? A.The volume of the prism would decrease. B.The volume of the prism would increase. C.The volume of the prism stays the same, but the number representing the volume increases. D.The volume of the prism stays the same, but the number representing the volume decreases.

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    Do you think the actual physical size of the prism will change if we use a different unit to measure the volume?

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