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The volume of a cube is 9000 m3. If the volume of the cube was measured in cm3, which would change? A. The given value of 9000 for the volume would increase. B. The given value of 9000 for the volume would decrease. C. The volume of the cube would decrease. D. The volume of the cube would increase.

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  1. anonymous
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    Like the cube is now 9000 cm^3?

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