## anonymous one year ago PLZ HELP WILL MEDAL AND FAN If the length of each side of a cube is tripled, is the surface area tripled? Use an example to support your answer.

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1*1*1

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3*3*3

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OOPS NOT 1

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2*2*2

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8

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6*6*6

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216

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216/8 doesnt equal 3/1

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so no

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Get it?

11. anonymous

um kind off not

12. Mertsj

General Principle: If you double the dimension, the area is changed 2^2 If you double the dimension, the volume is changed 2^3

13. anonymous

but what is you triple

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15. anonymous

so if I triple it would be 3*3

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17. Mertsj

Did you read what I wrote?

18. anonymous

so the surface area does change

19. Mertsj

Did you read what I wrote?

20. anonymous

where on the picture, yeah

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22. anonymous

oh okay thanks

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24. Mertsj

yw