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## It takes 343 inches³ of water to fill an empty cube. If the sides of the cube were tripled, how much water would be needed to fill the new c

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It takes 343 inches³ of water to fill an empty cube. If the sides of the cube were tripled, how much water would be needed to fill the new cube?

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2021-07-15T23:27:56+00:00
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I believe it would be 9,261 inches of water to fill the new cube.

To find the maximum capacity of a cube you have to multiply s*s*s (each s stands for one of its sides)

The side length happens to be 7. 7 times 7 times 7 is 343. If we triple that length now it’ll be 21. Multiply 21 by 21 by 21 it’ll give you 9,261 inches