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I cannot guarantee that I am right on this but I can try
Well lets see what you got.
whats the formula for volume my friend?
volume = length × width × height
so if that equation is the volume, put in standard form and you'll have the equation for the volume
How do I get it to standard form??
okay, combine all of the like terms
Aren't they all down as far as they can go? They all have different exponents so you cant combine can you?
you're right, I read it 3b instead of b^3.... hm
So now what lmao?
..... call on the man who made the problem..... satan.
I could call someone who definitely could help? I mean if you think I should?
Well I didnt have to. She just showed up lmao
Okay so, you will need to divide b+3 by the volume that you have.. Do you need to solve for b?
Are you asking for the equation or are you asking to see my knowledge?
I'm asking you if you need to solve for b.
hey there @HawaiiRainbowWarriors
It doesn't say anything about solving for b so
Okay yeah, then you'll want to divide b+3 by the volume you were given. It is just asking you for the area of your base. Area is l(w) but in your case you should be able to use the height.
How would I divide it?
Wait, what is the topic that you guys are learning right now?
@AtomicReaper everyone left your post .-.
Can you show me your answer choices?
Seeing that I would go with B. But honestly you should ask someone qualified just in case..
Ok thank you