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if the scale factor of a pyramid is 3:2 what is its ratio of total areas?

3 squared: 2 squared or 9:4


if the scale factor of a pyramid is 3:2 what is its ratio of peremiter

3:2


if the scale factor of a pyramid is 3:2 what is its ratio of volume

3 qubed: 2 qubed or 27:8


the base area of two similiar prisims are 32 and 200, what is the ratio of their height?

2:5


the base area of two similiar prisims are 32 and 200, what is the ratio of their volumes

2 qubed: 5 qubed or 8:125


In reference to spheres
A = πr squared 
the area of a square of a shpere equals 4π times the square of the radius


in reference to spheres
V = 4/3 π r qubed 
the volume of a sphere equals 4/3 π times the cube of the radius


in reference to cylinders
L.A. = 2*π*r*height 
the lateral area of a cylandar equals the circumference of a base times the height of the cylindar


In reference of a cylinder
V = [π*r squared]*height 
the volume of a cylinder equals the area of a base time the height of the cylinder


in reference to a regular pyramid, the L.A. = 1/2 p*h

the lateral area of a regular pyramid equals half the perimeter of the base time the slant height


in reference to pyramids
V = 1/3 B*H 
the volume of a pyramid equals the one third the area of the base times the height of the pyramid


in reference to a right prism the L.A. = perimiter*height

the lateral area of a right prism equals the perimiter of a base time the height of the prism


in reference to a right prism V = base area*height

the volume of a right prism equals the area of a base time the height of the prism
