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please help me http://imgur.com/U8J6uXW

the answer is 12 by 30 by 42
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please help me http://imgur.com/U8J6uXW

the answer is 12 by 30 by 42
Hey! I remember this question.

If the volume changes from 10 \times 25 \times 35 to 15120, what is the volume scale factor? And hence, what is the linear scale factor? And hence, what are the new dimensions?
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Hey! I remember this question. If the volume changes from 10 \times 25 \times 35 to 15120, what is the volume scale factor? And hence, what is the linear scale factor? And hence, what are the new dimensions?
sf= 216?
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sf= 216?
How'd you get that? That's not correct. Also, specify which s.f you're talking about.
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