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

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A number tripled is a number multiplied by 3. For the variable x, x tripled would be 3x.

Ummm... I really don't know what you are trying to ask with this question so I will answer your question with variables. An unknown number tripled is 3x So you can substitute any number for x and it will be tripled. For example: if x=2, then the answer would be 6, which is tripled from 2.

If you can compile a complete list of all different rectangular models with sides of integer length for a number then their lengths and breadths represent its factors.

301 is a rectangular number

Zero.

3n + 100

3q

72 is rectangular.

That would be -4 .

Because a cube IS a rectangular prism ... one where the length, the width, and the height just happen to be all the same size.

Zero (0).

3(x+8)

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