area/length/volume
posted by Leiann .
How are length, area, and volume related in terms of the three dimensions of space?
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How is it possible for objects of the same volume to have different masses?
#2 Gads! Think of a cup full of steel marbles and a cup full of cotton balls.
ummm, ?

area/length/volume 
Tammy
the volume of the substance may Have a different weight. Such as a cup full of cottoncandy and a cupfull of rocks
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