Doubling the Dimensions
In this video we are going to talk about what happens to the volume when you double one or more than one of the
dimensions. So in this rectangular prism we know the length of 2 or a length of 10, the width equals the height of 5. If we multiply these
dimensions together we get the volume of 100 cubic centimetres, but my question now is what if I have the
doubling the length, it's pretty obvious to see that now, as this one had a volume of 100 cubic centimeters, this one is going to have a volume of 100 feet tall centimeters, so if I double the length, I'll double the volume, just by to check that the new length is 20, the height remains 2, for the wood the height remains 5 and we get 200 centimeters, sweet, the same if now we want it to double the height so we have right now , our length is 10, our width is still 2, now our height is 10 200 cubic centimeters.
So if you double a dimension, your volume will always double. Let's think of tricking my life so now I have If I triple my length I thank the little hawks The volume now our length is 30 I don't wait don't chew our height is still high. So if we triple one of the
dimensions, you can just go back to our original volume and multiply it by three, which would be if I tripled my length and doubled my height so you could do all the math, but look at that , if i go three times like this and twice bigger so three times two is six i take my original volume and i just multiply it by six because if you look at my originals now i have one two a triple dimension and a double another dimension , we're going to think three times - I'm not applying my original volume five six