If a polyhedron has a volume of 23cm^3 and is dilated by a factor of 1/5, what will be the volume of the dilated polyhedron? Round your answer to the nearest thousandth if necessary. volume=_____

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If a polyhedron has a volume of 23cm^3 and is dilated by a factor of 1/5, what will be the volume of the dilated polyhedron? Round your answer to the nearest thousandth if necessary. volume=_____

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If you dilate all linear dimensions of a solid by a factor of k, the area is dilated by a factor of k^2, and the volume is dilated by a factor of k^3.
so whats the answer? @mathstudent55
The dilation factor is 1/5 What is (1/5)^3 = ?

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0.008
so whats the volume then?
Correct. Now multiply the original volume by 0.008 to find your answer.
0.184 is that the volume?
Correct. 0.184 cm^3

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