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Q: How does doubling the measure of each dimension in a rectangular prism change the volume of the prism?

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

You'd get a new answer.

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

Impossible to change a volume measure to a length measure

It is quadrupled.

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

You'd get a new answer.

No, doubling the decibels is wrong. Total Intensity = I1 + I2. Doubling of sound intensity corresponds to a level change of 3 dB.

Flip the object a certain way so it is another dimension.

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the dimension of acceleration is LT-2 . acceleration is the change of velocity divided by time .

The calculation for volume is different for each three-dimensional form.For a rectangular solid, measure each dimension in centimeters and multiply That is length x width x height.For a cylinder, use pi = 3.1416 times the radius squared times height.For ovoid or irregular shapes, you can submerge the form in water and measure the change in the water volume.1 ml of water equals 1 cm3.

A. doubles the elevation change of the boiling point

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By multiplying it by a given 3rd dimension

Slope is the change in y (vertical dimension) with the change in x (horizontal dimension). On a Cartesian coordinate system, the slope is equal to infinity for change in x = 0, or a vertical line.

it doubles

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