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Grandpa need Math help

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Gettin to old to help a 13 yr old. I think I know the answer to the below but need to confirm it. Anyone that could assist this ol man would be much appreciated!!!

How do the volume of prisms compare as the number of faces in the prisms increases? Does the volume remain the same? Explain Please!

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    The volume of a prism is the area of the base times the height, so if you have more bases i don't think it would matter. The size of it is what matters

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