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The stack on the left is made up of 15 pennies, and the stack on the right is also made up of 15 pennies. If the volume of the stack of pennies on the left is 390 mm3, what is the volume of the stack of pennies on the right in cubic millimeters? (Hint: only enter numerals in the answer blank)

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  1. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    Please just help me get the answer, I dont really need to know this stuff.

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    15 equal sized and weighted pennies on both sides, it doesn't matter how neat the stack is the both take up the same space i.e. volume. another way to look at it, each individual penny is 26 cubic mm... no matter how you stack them 26mm^3 *15 = ? http://openstudy.com/study#/updates/52c9887ee4b0095f100482c3

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