OpenStudy (prince1342):

The stack on the left is made up of 15 pennies, and the stack on the right is also made up of 15 pennies. If the volume of the stack of pennies on the left is 390 mm3, what is the volume of the stack of pennies on the right in cubic millimeters? (Hint: only enter numerals in the answer blank)

1 year ago
rebeccaxhawaii (rebeccaxhawaii):

convert it

1 year ago
OpenStudy (prince1342):

So far, I know that both stacks have the same volume

1 year ago
OpenStudy (prince1342):

Convert what and from?

1 year ago
563blackghost (563blackghost):

Why would you convert? \(\large{mm=milimeters}\) and we want to know the volume of the other stack of pennies but we know that both of them have the same number of pennies so that would mean that the other stack would have the same volume.

1 year ago
OpenStudy (prince1342):

Oh okay, so no need to convert

1 year ago
563blackghost (563blackghost):

Correct ^^

1 year ago
OpenStudy (prince1342):

Oh so this is extremely easy

1 year ago
OpenStudy (anonymous):

should be just worded confusingly

1 year ago
563blackghost (563blackghost):

Yea the wording is confusing especially when it says \(\LARGE{cubic~milimeters=mm^{3}}\)

1 year ago
OpenStudy (prince1342):

I got a 100% on the test!!!! Thank you so much!!

1 year ago
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