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If all three dimensions of a rectangular prism double, then the volume will be three times larger. True False Ignacio wants to build a bigger toy box for his cousins. Their current toy box has dimensions of 24 inches by 18 inches by 18 inches. What happens to the volume of the toy box if he doubles each dimension? The volume becomes 3 or 2 or 8 or 4 times larger If both base dimensions of a square pyramid double, but the height remains the same, then the volume of the new figure will be four times larger. True False

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  1. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    A square pyramid has a volume of 20 cubic units. What would be the change to the volume if the dimensions of the square base were doubled? The volume would be twice the original. The volume would be three times the original. The volume would be four times the original. The volume would be eight times the original.

  2. anonymous
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    4 questions:)

  3. alekos
    • one year ago
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    no 1 - Volume is proportional to length, width and depth

  4. anonymous
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    so false ? im kinda confused

  5. alekos
    • one year ago
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    yes its false. If you double the length you double the volume and etc for width & depth

  6. alekos
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    No2 - same principle as the first question

  7. alekos
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    No 3 - the volume of the pyramid is proportional to the square of the base dimension

  8. alekos
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    No4 - If no3 is true then you know what the answer is

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