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jazy

  • one year ago

Simply explain how I could solve this. I don't want the answer, just how to find it. (: Each dimension of a rectangular prism is increased by 30%. What percent of the original volume is the volume of the new prism?

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  1. WinterLeigh2125
    • one year ago
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    219.7 -- Start by using your L*W*H = V if you use 5 for h 3 for w and 10 for l its easy.... increase by 30% and you get 6.5 for h 3.9 for w and 13 for h... now what you need to do is go and take 219.7 % of the answer 150 and see if you get 329 ANSWER: 219.7

  2. jazy
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    I didn't want the answer, but thank you @WinterLeigh2125 . (: After I actually did it, it was easier to understand.

  3. jazy
    • one year ago
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    Oh and... \[\Huge \mathcal{\text{Welcome To OpenStudy} ☺} \]

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