Area and Volume scale factor

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  1. shanea says:

    thx so much for this! helped a ton, and now i can finally do this!!!

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  2. ryan says:

    how do you work out the length of the smaller or bigger one?
    e.g the shapes are similar. the volumes are given and 1 length.
    work out other length, x, in cm to 1 d.p
    PLEASE HELP

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  3. Carrie Brown says:

    Wow this was so helpful! It really helped bring my grades up lol xD

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  4. Luke Stogden says:

    what do you do to find the smaller volume

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  5. court says:

    OMG TNX SO MUCH
    IT HELP ME SO MUCH
    TNXTNXTNX
    xoxoxoxo

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  6. quantum otaku says:

    Thanks for the info,

    however, you should also include the relationships that the scale, volume and area scale factors have with each other. Otherwise this was quite helpful.

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