Posted by **Yvonne** on Wednesday, March 13, 2013 at 11:53pm.

A right triangle prism has a volume of 2 cubic inches. A second right triangle prism is similar to the first one and has a volume of 128 cubic inches.

A. What is the scale factor to go from the first prism to the second?

B. What is the scale factor to go from the second prism to the first?

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