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Looking at formulas, which 2 shapes describe this relationship: the area of the 2 dimensional shape is one-fourth the surface area of the 3-demensional figure?

Looking at formulas, which two figures describes this relationship: the volume of the first 3-dimensional figure is three times the volume of thue second 3-dimensional figure?

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