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The volume of a rectangular solid is 250 cubic centimeters. If its length is tripled, its width is halved, and its height is quadrupled, what is the new volume, in cubic centimeters?

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    the old v is lwh
    the new v is (3l)(w/2)(4h) = 6lwh

    v = 6*250 = 1500

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