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## is volume the area of each face of a3D shape added together? If possible, show an example. If not, then I’m satisfied with the answer to the

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is volume the area of each face of a3D shape added together? If possible, show an example. If not, then I’m satisfied with the answer to the question only.

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Answer:No, Not a general rule.

Step-by-step explanation:I suppose it is possible to find a 3D object whose surface area and volume have the same cardinal number, but I know of no shape that fits the description offhand.

it’s like comparing apples to airplanes, looks like they start the same, but the content is different.

Area will be the square of a unit and volume will be the cube of a unit.

Let’s see if we can actually find one

Take a cube

V = s³

A = 6s²

s³ = 6s²

s = 6

so a cube of side 6 units has a volume of 216 units³ and a surface area of 216 units². However it is the only cube out of an infinite number of other possible cubes that has that property.