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1.)Find the volume of the given prism. Round to the nearest tenth if necessary. http://assets.openstudy.com/updates/attachments/5101d810e4b03186c3f87d4c-khart-1359075406633-problem1.jpg My answer: 265.1 cm^3. Is that correct? 2.) Find the volume of the given prism. Round to the nearest tenth if necessary. http://assets.openstudy.com/updates/attachments/5101d810e4b03186c3f87d4c-khart-1359075472438-problem2.jpg my answer: 1,756.3yd^3. Is that correct?

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@mathmate Can you stay and not leave like everyone else?

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Everyone always comes in and then leaves...its been like an hour and a half

- mathmate

I'll stay!

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okay thank you

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Can you explain to me how you got your first answer?

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Sure.

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rectangle is LxWxH (Length*Width*Height)
length=12.1cm
width=5.3cm
height=4.2cm
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LxWxH
(12.1cm)*(5.3cm)*(4.2cm)
269.346cm^3

- mathmate

Yes, this is correct. But not 265.1 that you posted earlier! lol

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Now for the second one, can you explain how you got your answer?

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oh wait, you're supposed to round the answer to the nearest tenth. Hope you did that!

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I did that and....so I did it correctly?

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269.3 cm^3?

- mathmate

Yes, then 269.3 is the answer for the first. Agreed.
Now can you tell me the story about the second one?

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* cm^3, yes.

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working on the second one?

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Are you asking me? I am not.

- mathmate

"Now can you tell me the story about the second one?"

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sorry, gtg!

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I promised to stay and I stayed.
I go when the asker of the question stops participating.
I am sorry but cannot sit and wait when others need help.

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