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What happens to the volume of a cylinder if the radius and height are tripled?

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If the volume is tripled, then the volume becomes three times as great, regardless of what happens to either the temperature or the pressure.


When all dimensions are tripled what happens to the volume?

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What is the effect on the volume of a right cylinder if its radius is tripled?

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How is the volume of a cube affected if the dimensions of the cube are tripled?

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How does the volume change if the radius is tripled?

It depends on the shape. The volume of a sphere will increase differently to the volume of a cylinder, for example.


What happens to the volume a rectangular prism if the width is tripled?

A [multiplicative] change in one dimension makes the same change in the volume. So the volume would be tripled.


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What happens to the volume of the rectangular prism in number 1 if the length is tripled?

I'd need to review what happened in number-1 before I could answer that. I do know that if only the length of a rectanguar prism is tripled, while the other two dimensions remain unchanged, then its volume triples.


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