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Q: What is the relationship between surface area and volume of a rectangular prism?

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Yes, they can. They can also have the same surface area, but different volume.

The volume of a rectangular prism would double if you double the height.

Volume of rectangular prism = area of base x height

Volume = cross-section area*length

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The relatonship between surface area and volume is the height of the depth. Surface area is alot taller than volume.

You can't derive the volume from the surface area.

As the volume of a cell grows, the surface area grows but not as quickly.

Although they do not increase at the same rate, as the surface area increases the volume increases slowly.

As the surface to volume ratio increases the rate of in exchange increases too.

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The volume is cubed and the surface area is squared.

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The ratio of the surface area of a cube to its volume is inversely proportional to the length of its side.

As the volume of a cell grows, the surface area grows but not as quickly.

The larger the surface area to volume ratio of a cell, the smaller its size (and vice versa).

Yes, they can. They can also have the same surface area, but different volume.

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