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What would the volume of a figure with dimensions if it was 5 times larger than the cylinder below

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@welshfella help please :(.

- anonymous

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- Aizhalee

Ok Thank you

- Aizhalee

so..... how is it done ?

- anonymous

Lol I'm working on it

- Aizhalee

Ok

- anonymous

if you change one dimension (e.g. height) and keep the others constant, the change in volume is proportional to that one change in dimension

- Aizhalee

Yes I understand but I need help "solving" it

- Aizhalee

thank you lucas

- anonymous

u need to know what 5x5x5 is?

- anonymous

is that what the pic says?

- Aizhalee

No I understand she said 5 (cubed) and multiplied by the volume , I just need help solving that

- Aizhalee

she referring to my teacher

- anonymous

62.83

- Aizhalee

I know but it said what if It was 5 times bigger ,

- anonymous

in radius or height?

- Aizhalee

she told me us 5 to the third power

- anonymous

^^^in radius or height?

- anonymous

- Aizhalee

7853?

- anonymous

Yesssss

- anonymous

Good Job

- Aizhalee

thanks, seems like I didnt need help after all

- anonymous

Yur smart

- Aizhalee

thxz , and thxz for taking the time to help me :)

- anonymous

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