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Two similar solids have a scale factor of 3:5. If the height of solid 1 is 3cm, what is the height of solid 2?

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If the surface area of solid 1 is 54pi cm squared, find the surface area of solid 2.

If the volume of solid 2 is 250pi cm to the 3rd power, find the volume to solid 1.

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