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# Fill in the blank Increasing the side length of a cube by a factor of 4 increases the volume by a factor of?

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### Is the sides of a cell double in length its volume increases by?

If the sides of a cell double in length, its volume increases by a factor of 8 (2 cubed). This is because volume is calculated by length x width x height, so if all dimensions are doubled, the volume increases proportionally.

### As the length of a cell increases its volume increases faster than its?

surface area. This is due to the volume increasing cubically as the length increases, while the surface area only increases squared. This can lead to issues with nutrient and waste exchange in larger cells.

### On increasing the temperature do the lenghth increases?

Yes, for most substances the length, or volume, increases when the temperature rises. However, there are exceptions. One notable exception is water, between 0 and 4 degree Celsius.

### When the volume of a cell increases its surface area?

increases: by approximately the square of the cube root of the volume increase (that would be exact if the cell was a sphere). Or, in other words, if you double the size (diameter) of a cell. its surface area increases by a factor of 4, and it volume increases by a factor of 8.

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### What are the changes that occur in the volume when the side lengths of the base of a rectangular prism are doubled?

The volume of any solid is proportional to each of its three dimensions.So if one dimension is doubled, the volume increases by the factor of 21 = 2 .And if two dimensions are doubled, the volume increases by the factor of 22 = 4 .And if each dimension is doubled, the volume increases by the factor of 23 = 8.

### If the two sides of a cell double in length its volume increases by how many times?

If the sides of a cell doubles, this volume will increase by 8 times. Here is an explanation: Say you have a cell with the side dimension equal to n. The volume of the cube is n3 Double the side lenght to 2n The volume is now (2n)(2n)(2n) = 8n3

### If you double the radius of cylinder how does this affect the volume of the cylinder?

The volume increases by a factor of four.