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The answer is 1000 feet squared.

Volume = (length) x (width) x (height)Divide each side of this formula by (length) x (width).Then you have:Height = Volume/(length x width)

If each dimension is doubled, the prism then haseight times the volume that it had before.

Volume of rectangular prism: 5*5*20 = 500 cubic cm

There is not enough information. Volume cannot be measured in cm so there is no way of knowing how big the original or small prisms are. Furthermore, the small prisms could be wide and squat or thin and long.

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The answer is 1000 feet squared.

Volume = (length) x (width) x (height)Divide each side of this formula by (length) x (width).Then you have:Height = Volume/(length x width)

Let x= each side. To find volume, just cube this. Example: if each side equals 8, volume would be 8x8x8= 512

This square prism is a cube with six sides, each having an area of one square foot. Thus, the total surface area is six square feet.

If each dimension of a prism is doubled then the volume increases by a multiple of 8.

If each dimension is doubled, the prism then haseight times the volume that it had before.

volume=lengthxwidthxheight

Volume of rectangular prism: 5*5*20 = 500 cubic cm

There is not enough information. Volume cannot be measured in cm so there is no way of knowing how big the original or small prisms are. Furthermore, the small prisms could be wide and squat or thin and long.

The answer gets doubled.

it doublesit_doubles">it doubles* * * * *The correct answer is that the volume increases to 8 times (2*2*2) its former volume.