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What scale factor is needed for a similarity transformation to transform a cube into a cube with twice the volume?

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    a = lenght of first cube

    b = lenght of second cube

    V1 = Volume of first cube

    V2 = Volume of second cube


    V1 = a^3

    V2 = b^3


    V1 / V2 = 2

    a^3 / b^3 =2

    a/b = third root of 2 = 1.25992

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