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find the similarity ratio of a cube with volume 729 m^3 to a cube with volume 3,375 m^3?

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    volume of 2 similar objects is proportional to the cube of their sides

    so small side^3/large side^3 = 729/3375
    small side / large side = (729/3375)^(1/3) = 9/15 or 0.6

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