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1. if 3 – 3cm

:. 5?

5x3/3 = 5cm

2. if 3 __54pie cm^{2}

:. 5 ?

54 pie cm^{2} x5

3

=90pie cm^{2}

3. If 5 represent 250pie cm^{3}

:. 3?

250piecm^{3}x3

5

= 150 pie cm^{3}

Can you review the below solution and tell me if it is correct or the solution you provided is correct? Thanks.Scale factor = Solid I : Solid II = 3 : 5 Solid I = 3 Solid II = 3 × (5/3) [ Solid II = 5 m ] A[I] / A[II] = ( h[I] / h[II] )² 54π / A[II} = ( 3 / 5 )² 54π / A[II] = 9/25 A[II] = (54π * 25) / 9 [ A[II] = 150π m² ] V[I] / V[II] = ( h[I] / h[II] )³ V[I] / 259π = ( 3 / 5 )³ V[I] / 259π = 27/125 V[I] = (259π * 27) / 125 [ V[I] = 55.944π m³ ]

Can you review the below solution and tell me if it is correct or the solution you provided is correct? Thanks.

Scale factor = Solid I : Solid II = 3 : 5

Solid I = 3

Solid II = 3 × (5/3)

[ Solid II = 5 m ]

A[I] / A[II] = ( h[I] / h[II] )²

54π / A[II} = ( 3 / 5 )²

54π / A[II] = 9/25

A[II] = (54π * 25) / 9

[ A[II] = 150π m² ]

V[I] / V[II] = ( h[I] / h[II] )³

V[I] / 259π = ( 3 / 5 )³

V[I] / 259π = 27/125

V[I] = (259π * 27) / 125

[ V[I] = 55.944π m³ ]

the remaining expressions are wrong since you should have used the scale factor in comparison to the area and the volume and not the height

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