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8 June, 16:43

The area of a circular base of the larger cylinder is 81π. The area of a circular base of the smaller cylinder is 9π.

Make a conjecture about the similar solids. How is the scale factor and the ratio of the surface areas related? Check all that apply.

- The dimensions of the larger cylinder are 3 times the dimensions of the smaller cylinder.

- The surface area of the larger cylinder is 32, or 9, times the surface area of the smaller cylinder.

- If proportional dimensional changes are made to a solid figure, then the surface area will change by the square of the scale factor of similar solids.

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  1. 8 June, 18:32
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    Answer: A & C

    The dimensions of the larger cylinder are 3 times the dimensions of the smaller cylinder.

    If proportional dimensional changes are made to a solid figure, then the surface area will change by the square of the scale factor of similar solids.
  2. 8 June, 18:33
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    A: The dimensions of the larger cylinder are 3 times the dimensions of the smaller cylinder.

    C: If proportional dimensional changes are made to a solid figure, then the surface area will change by the square of the scale factor of similar solids

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