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Given the volume of two cubes, find the scale factor.

6) V = 343 in3 and V = 729 in3

7) V = 1331 ft3 and V = 125 ft3

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    The volume of similar solids are proportional to the cube of the linear measurements.

    So to find the scale factor, compare the cube-roots of the volumes.

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